Artist of the Month October 2019 Robin Tracy

Robin Tracy
Saturday, October 5, 10:00 am to 12 noon

Robin Tracy is Artist of the Month for October 2019 and her beach creations are wonderful additions to our beautiful island collection. Robin has numerous original art pieces at Artworks Studio & Gallery. Her mixed-media featuring glass works stand out in any home or collection. Email Robin at if you have any questions about her work or would like to meet her at the gallery.

A refugee from Michigan, Robin holds a BA from Eastern Michigan University in Mechanical Engineering and has worked in the automotive industry as a Program Manager and Project Engineer for Ford, GM, Chrysler and Subaru. She moved to Pensacola in 2008 and in 2012 married her husband who is a 30 year retired Navy veteran. They reside in the Perdido area. She has dabbled in art all her life, but made it a career here. She is a mixologist of various mediums to produce glass encrusted mosaics, that can be a challenge at times but very rewarding. 

ARTIST: Patricia Winter

Patricia Winter joined Artworks Studio & Gallery in September 2019. Patricia's beautiful art features seascapes, sailboats, local and exotic wildlife - all wonderfully on display at the gallery. Email Patricia at if you have any questions about any of her work or if you would like to meet her in person at the gallery.

ARTIST: Candi Randolph

Candi Randolph joined the gallery in September 2019. Candi's meticulous dot paintings cover a broad range of subject from area sporting teams, wildlife and landscapes. Contact Candi by email at if you would like to speak with her about any of her pieces or to meet at the gallery in person.

Artist of the Month September 2019 Christina Steffen

Join us Friday September 6, 2019 at 4:00 pm and Wednesday September 11, 2019 at 11:00 am to meet Artworks' Artist of the Month: Christina Steffen.

Meet the Artist
Friday September 6th at 4PM
Wednesday September 11th at 11AM

Christina Steffen is Artworks Studio & Gallery's artist for September.  St. Louis native and retired high school teacher, Christina moved here 3 years ago. After visiting the area during many spring breaks, she and her husband fell in love with the Perdido area. Christina loves combing the beaches for shells and driftwood getting creative inspiration, while her husband scuba dives for "gems" to integrate into her art.