Capture of “Fire Horse”.

Fire Horse is a collaboration of my BIRO (ballpoint pen) work and Angela Stout from Paintings by AKS watercolor techniques. The combination of our talents came up with this beautiful painting of the “Fire Horse”.

Bob at Riverworks Imaging in Boise, Idaho did a beautiful capture of this piece and 11″ x 17″prints on archival paper are available for sale.

Fire Horse CW 2017

I am looking into making this larger on canvas. Please let me know if you are interested!

Keep an eye out for the Series to make its way to print.

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New Work in Progress.. needs a name

I started my next BIRO piece this weekend. Working from a photograph that I took at the slack during the Snake River Stampede.

Currently I have 4.5 hours of time into this piece.

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Work In Progress

This piece does need a name, if you folks have any good ideas, post a comment.

Thanks!

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Collaborating with my Bestie

Sometimes… girls just wanna have fun!

This weekend, my best friend and Abstract Artist Angela Stout from Paintings by AKS got together and “played”.

We had soooo much fun coming up with ideas, working on those ideas….

from that we got this awesome picture!

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Angela created the beautiful abstract background and I drew the BIRO (ballpoint pen) part. We did several… in a couple different ways. This one is my favorite.

 

 

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Quiet Reflectionz

A photograph I took while on an Artist Retreat in Elgin, Oregon. Met a fantastic photographer there that gave me some great tips, Patricia Knight, Patlee as the Indians call her.QuietReflectionz

https://www.etsy.com/listing/528418511/quiet-reflectionz-horse-print?ref=shop_home_active_1

I believe it’s not often that you can get a picture like this. A black horse standing on the edge of a pond with its reflection in the ponds soft ripples.

I had been trying for a couple of days to get pictures of the 4 horses around this pond. We had went to learn how to dig up rock onions the Native American way. I also grabbed a couple of pictures of two Cayuse Indian Ponies. While looking at those pictures on the way back to the cabin, my best friend, Angela said get the picture! I jumped out of the truck and got a couple of pictures before this horse walked away.

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Stampede Prayers – Rodeo Art

I now have available prints of “Stampede Prayers”.

Cox Robin Stampede Prayers

 

A black and white BIRO (ballpoint pen) Drawing/Illustration of a Rodeo Flag Carrier by the BIRO artist Robin Cox of Western Reflectionz.

The reference photo was from a picture that I took at the Idaho Stampede.

One day before the unveiling “Goose” the beautiful palomino Paint passed away.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/526580129/stampede-prayers-horse-print

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The Barrel Racer

Cox Robin The Barrel Racer

I am finally getting geared up and will be adding more of my work as I go.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

The Barrel Racer is drawn on a mixed media acid free paper with a black ball point pen. The art form is called BIRO.

The Barrel Racer Artist Proof

“The Barrel Racer Artist Proof” is now available for purchase. I only offer one artist proof for my work, so it will be a 1 of 1.

 

Also available is the original drawing.

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“Get To Know The Artist” Event At Boise’s Black Bear Diner

Having fun at one of her favorite restaurants, Robin Hewitt will be on hand to discuss her craft and share some favorite pieces from her BIRO collection at Boise’s Black Bear Diner on May 7th.

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Bears, Bears, and More Bears. Oh, My!
Bears, Bears, and More Bears. Oh, My!

PRLog (Press Release)May 1, 2014BOISE, IdahoWestern Reflectionz’s own Robin Hewitt, a well respected BIRO artist, will be at the Black Bear Diner located at 1731 S. Entertainment Ave, Boise, Idaho 83709 to mingle and talk about her passion for BIRO art including the masterpiece “The Stand Off”.  Additionally, she will display some of her other favorite BIRO pieces, many of which are available as originals or as autographed prints.  Her work, amazing yet subtle, detailed yet ornate, and available to art collectors of any age, is something to enjoy in person. Each piece is a captured moment in time and blends texture, depth, and detail to create unusual realism.

Robin’s primary subjects are the animals of the Pacific Northwest including elk, wolves, deer, and of course, bears. Her passion for expanding knowledge of ballpoint pen art and relationship to her subjects sets her apart from other artists. Get to know the artist Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 from 6:30pm to 10 pm. Come down to the restaurant, have a bite to eat, and enjoy a true artisan!

“Many viewers of my art have to look several times to truly get the full effect of how BIRO works,” said Robin. “It is hard to describe what I do virtually and it really should be experienced in person.” Whether displayed as an original or a framed print, each piece will make an excellent addition to any individual’s art collection in the office or at home. This is a rare opportunity to see a gifted artist in person and enjoy a fine meal at the same time. For more information or to order prints please visit http://www.westernreflectionz.com.

About Robin Hewitt and Western Reflectionz

Capturing small moments of life on paper and canvas using a variety of mediums enables Robin to showcase unique perspectives of the world around her. She specializes in fine-line illustrations, BIRO, ballpoint pen inks and a mixture of abstract approaches to dimension, concepts, and fantasy. Known for breathtaking detail and artistic interpretation, each masterful piece in her portfolio is a singular experience. They are a profound testament to the chaotic balance of our world. Prints and originals can be viewed online at http://www.westernreflectionz.com.

About Black Bear Diner

The Black Bear Diner is a fast growing chain of local, customer-centric restaurants featuring large portions of quality food, a friendly atmosphere, and focus on service and quality to every customer. Currently the company operates over 61 locations and is still headquartered near Mt. Shasta, home of the famous strawberry fields and bears that inspired the company’s name. Known for the iconic bears and expansive murals in each location, the Black Bear Diner continues to be a family favorite. Enjoy good food, feel comfortable and relaxed, and receive exceptional service at the Boise, Idaho location owned and operated by Steven & Lindsey Wong.  For more information visit http://www.BlackBearDiner.com.

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Western Reflectionz
info@westernreflectionz.com

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May 2, 2014 · 4:44 pm