Robin Dawn Frey is a teaching fellow at Studio
Incamminati, the school for contemporary realist art, in Philadelphia.
Raised in Florida, Frey attended the Ringling School of Art, then
earned a BFA degree from Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia.
She moved to New York City in 1987 to attend The Art Students League,
studying with Gary Faigin, Nelson Shanks and Ron Sherr. Her work
has earned acclaim including an Honor Award in the Portrait Society
of America's 2008 portrait competition. In 2010 Frey completed two
portraits for Face To Face, a community art project
designed to help young people with craniofacial conditions see themselves
in a different and more positive light. These portraits are on permanent
display at the Childrens' Hospital of Philadelphia. In 2011, Freys
work was juried into Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Clubs 115th
Annual Juried Exhibition at The National Arts Club. An array of
Freys fresh and expressive palette knife paintings are available