"Robin Hall was born in Santa Monica, California. She attended the University of California, Irvine and Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California. For a span of five years, her work was reproduced on the covers of the Dana Point Services Publication. She was also highlighted early in her career as “Orange County’s Emerging Artist.”
It’s not surprising that Robin turned out to be an artist since both her mother and her great-grandmother painted professionally. Surrounded with the sights and smells of art studios in her youth, Hall says she
was lucky to have that influence as a child. “I think early exposure to art is important. You develop an appreciation that follows you for life.” Understanding the importance art has on a young mind, Robin developed an art media program that was adopted by one of the largest Unified School Districts in California.
Robin Hall’s work has been showcased in many group and solo exhibitions, including those at the Orange County Museum of Art, The Laguna Art Museum, The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, The Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Irvine Museum in Irvine, California, and most recently, The Oceanside Museum of Art in a two-artist exhibit. She is an Artist member of the California Art Club.
“Light and the absence of light make up the compositions, while color, edges and brushwork are the elements that project the vision for my paintings.”"