Artistic Roots

The single most influential person in stimulating my artistic interests was my mother, Robin Ena Berry . In spite of working full time and raising a family she still managed to create a very large body of art in a wide variety of media over her lifetime. She was an active member of the Arlington Art Association in the late 1950's. After moving to Palo Alto, CA continued to pursue artistic interests and became an active member of the Palo Alto Art Club. The largest body of work was painting in various media, including oils, acrylics and watercolor. Also created many works using collage, ceramics and stained glass.

Robin Ena Berry (1916-1997)

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"Untitled Abstract"

oil, "Robin '63"
"Untitled Abstract" acrylic, "Robin L. '70"
"Red Rock Canyon" oil, "Robin Martin '69"
"Tree of Life" concrete/stained glass, unsigned, c.1962
"Lovers" unglazed ceramic, "RM '65"
"Erosion" unglazed ceramic, "Robin Martin"
"Untitled" glazed ceramic; unglazed pods, "Robin Martin '67"
"Stained Glass" 1978
"Seeing Red" oil, "Robin M. 1963"
"Artic" oil, "Robin M. '1969"
"Stilllife" oil, "Robin Martin 1958"

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