Fine Art and Illustration

Art Shows & Awards

August 2018 - Present

The Alder House is a glass blowing studio located at 611 S. Immonen Road, Lincoln City, Oregon is displaying my mini art. They are scenes of the Oregon Coast. Stop by and enjoy the glass blowing show and the art in the studio!

April 2018 - Present

Autobahn 101 in Lincoln City has invited me to display paintings in their restaurant.  The paintings are a collection of castles in Europe. And, they serve the best German food!!!

June, 2016

The 7th annual Itty Bitty Art Show was held at the For Artsake Gallery in Newport, Oregon. I received a second place ribbon for my mini painting of a village in Germany.

May, 2014

A new show at the Creative Shop & Studio in Lewiston, Idaho is called "Routed in Tradition" and is part of the 30th Anniversary of the Dogwood Festival. I have 3 new paintings for this show.


November 7 - December 31, 2013

Art Show at the IKE Box 299 Cottage St. NE, Salem, OR

Corner of Chemeketa and Cottage Streets in downtown Salem

I have 23 paintings hanging in the IKE Box coffee shop. Come and enjoy a latte or hot chocolate while you view my art show. Thank you IKE Box for hosting me!

November 1 - 8, 2013

State Capitol displays art from Paint the Town exhibit. My painting "Neuschwanstein, Germany" is currently on display in the Galleria of the State Capitol. The address is 900 Court St. NE, Salem, OR. The exhibit is located on the main floor south of the kiosk. Enjoy!


October 2 - 25, 2013

"Paint the Town" Art Exhibit at the Elsinore Framing and Fine Art Gallery in Salem, Oregon. My painting "Salem Town" was awarded the Art Dept. Award. What an honor - thank you Artists in Action and Art Department!

September 20, 2013
Art Walk 2013 in Lewiston, Idaho
Robin Speer Art at The Blue Lantern Coffee House
326 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho

I enjoy creating art that inspires the viewer to giggle. I like happy art. The art pieces you will see are part of a series of European castles. Castles inspire imagination...linking with stories and fairy-tales we have heard. They have such personality and seem so majestic. I refer to my own sketches, photographs and collections of old photos for my inspiration.

To create a whimsical castle scene I start with lots of color. One day I discovered something new...dried up paper pallets have lots of left over color and I have a stash of them! I simply cut pieces of the pallet, selecting colors, and placing them like a mosaic for buildings in the scene. I finish with pen and ink to add detail using my drawing ability. It makes the buildings pop!

If my art makes you smile, then I am successful. Enjoy the Art Walk 2013.

July 2013
Robin Speer Art at Dave Wilson, Designer Goldsmith in Salem, Oregon