Karen Robinson creates exquisite work in watercolor and watercolor batik on rice paper. She also diversifies her talents working in acrylics, pen and ink, pastels, graphite and other mediums. Pend Oreille Arts Council is happy to be exhibiting an array of Robinson’s work at the Pend Oreille Arts Council starting Friday, February 6 with an artist’s reception from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. “Art has always been an important part of my life,” Robinson says on her website www.karenrobinsonart.com. “I remember drawing a horse with crayons when I was two years old. In third grade, I was selected to paint a large mural of ‘The Gingham Dog and The Calico Cat’ for the school cafeteria.” A resident of Sandpoint, Robinson’s work resides in private collections throughout the world and has adorned book covers, magazines and posters. As a means of giving back to the community, Robinson earned a Master of Science degree from University of Idaho in Adult Education and Organizational Leadership in order to share her talents and expertise with burgeoning artists. She teaches workshops for all ages and skill levels. The public is invited to view her amazing artwork through March 6.