Robin Laws

From my beginnings in a two-room Colorado ranchland schoolhouse, I have had a love affair with nature; this has remained constant throughout my life and art.  In the early years of my career, James Mills, art editor for the Denver Post, described my work as “quietly striking.” Bonnie Gangelhoff of Southwest Art expounded on my “ability to capture both the humorous and sensitive sides of animals, freezing their relationships, movements, and behaviors in bronze.”  I have sold and showed art in England, Italy, Russia and across the United States. The inspiration for my work comes from my animals who live on my small ranch in Southeast Wyoming. I created this sculpture in tribute to all my dear departed animal friends who are “In Good Hands.”

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