I'm so excited and honored to be presenting about Robin VanHoozer Art at Guildit on Thursday, January 12, 2017!  Located at the Uptown Arts Bar 3611 Broadway, KCMO from 6:20 to 7:30.

Now available through Weinberger Fine Art!

My new encaustic painting Sunlight and Midnight is now available through Weinberger Fine Art,  114 Southwest Blvd., Kansas City, MO in the Crossroads Arts District.  I'm so excited to be represented by them!

Fall Exhibition at the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art!

On exhibit at the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art I'm so thrilled to have my encaustic piece Internal on exhibit for October 2016 at the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art.  Please come visit the Albrecht Kemper Museum in St. Joseph, MO to see her!  She's on exhibit until the Sugar Plum Festival.




New exhibition at American Century Investments

My new exhibition at American Century Investments will be on display from now until December 2016.  This show is made possible through the ArtsKC Now Showing Program in Kansas City.  

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International Encaustic Artists Grant Report

[embed][/embed] One year ago I was honored to receive the 2015 International Encaustic Artists Project Grant Award.  Now I have written my report on my grant year and the article is in this issue of encaustiZINE Magazine.  My grant was used for materials for my solo exhibition at the Kansas City Artists Coalition Underground Gallery.  It was a busy and rewarding year!  Also my work Cross Lands 1 made the cover.  Thank you IEA and the Kansas City Artists Coalition.

Urban Suburban XI 2015

My piece Waterfront 4 is available August  30th through November 1st at the Urban/Suburban XI Exhibition at the Epsten Gallery at 5500 West 123rd Street in Overland Park, KS.small Urban-Suburban Invite 2015

Cross Lands 1 - 4

Making Color Connections This group of four encaustic paintings titled Cross Lands 1 - 4 (24 in. x 24 in.) explores relationships between colors.  Cross Lands is part of my continuing Common Ground series.  Soon after starting this series I realized this was as much about diplomacy as painting.  Diplomacy took the form of painterly negotiations.  Seen separately they appear abstract, when the four pieces are shown together the hues coexist to suggest land and river forms seen from above.  Every space where the colors meet creates a boundary.  These boundaries create tension and strength.  During my painterly negotiations balance was found in viewing each painting as part of one entity.