About Robin Antar
An award winning artist and sculptor based in Brooklyn, New York, Robin Antar is renowned for her stone sculptures, particularly her realistic replications of icons of American pop culture, as well as her abstract works. Robin Antar has had works commissioned by corporations, as well as, private collectors. Recent commissions include: a Stella Artois beer bottle, New York, a Dr. Marten Boot, England; a Skechers Boot, CA, and a bottle of Chateau Haut-Brion Wine, France. Ms. Antar’s sculptures have been featured in newspapers, such as: The New York Post, Daily News and Las Vegas Tribune. Magazines, such as: Food Network Magazine, Fashion Manuscript, ArtBusiness News, Sportswear International and The Huffington Post have also presented her work. Broadcast media coverage has included: NY1, HGTV’s That’s Clever, Fox News Las Vegas, Today in New York, POP Culture Radio, 1010 WINS with John Montone, Conversations Crossroads, to name a few. Her sculpture is displayed on the grounds of Hillside hospital, Glen Oaks, NY. Her talents have been recognized with awards from: The NewHouse Foundation Grant, The Allied Artists of America (Gold Medal of Honor); The National Association of Women Artists (The Gretchen Richardson Award for Carved Sculpture); NYC Mayor’s Office (People with Disabilities Award 2008); Match Up (first prize in sculpture); United Creators (second place); Sculptural Pursuit (4th place in their national annual competition); and several others. The following books featured her award winning works: Best of American Artists and Artisans; Best of New York Artists Books, and the Guild Sourcebooks (various works appeared in 7 editions). Robin Antar’s elected memberships include: Allied Artists of America, New York, NY; Pen and Brush, New York, NY and the National Association of Women Artists, New York, NY.
A BFA from The School of Visual Arts (1976-1981).
Ms. Antar has gallery representation in New York, New Jersey, Texas, California, Colorado and Mykonos Greece.
Her work has been exhibited at prestigious venues such as: Sotheby’s, New York, NY; National Art Club, New York, NY; Nabisco Gallery, East Hanover, NJ; Fine Art Management Enterprises, Miami, FL; City Museum of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO; Provincetown Art Museum, Provincetown, MA; MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, NV; Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA, among many others.