“Capturing Life Through Ball Point Pen”
PRLog (Press Release) – Mar. 11, 2014 – BAKER CITY, Ore. — It is not often that anyone can capture a moment in life with such realism and carefully crafted interpretation like Robin Hewitt. Her approach to BIRO art is unique in the sense of preparation, attention to detail, and final presentation. The pieces on display at the Dancing Elephant Gallery, located at 1788 Main Street, Baker City, OR 97814, are some of her favorite works. She is showcasing her unique perspective on well known animal icons of the Pacific Northwest through a mixture of ballpoint pen inks and intensive detail. This is one collection you should not miss!
“I spend a lot of timeresearching my subjects to make sure that the texture, personality, and effect are inclusive to the final art,” said Robin Hewitt, owner of Western Reflectionz. “My commissioned pieces usually start with building a strong relationship with my client and the concept”. The collection on display at the Dancing Elephant Gallery demonstrates her unique perspective of elk, wolves, bears, and horses. It is a one-of-a-kind experience.
About Robin Hewitt and Western Reflectionz
Capturing small moments of life on paper and canvas using a variety of mediums enables Robin Hewitt 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 the Dancing Elephant Gallery
A local iconic gallery in the beautiful historic district of downtown Baker City, Dancing Elephant Gallery is known for an eclectic collection of fine art, collectables, and high quality handcrafted gifts by local and regional artists. The gallery is a dream converted to reality by Amy VanGaasbeck, as a tribute to her sister, an accomplished ballerina and avid collector of elephant figurines. For more information on this wonderful gallery visit their website http://dancingelephantgallery.com.