Robyn Anne Brown

Art – Healing – Growth

Robyn is a non-indigenous Australian artist, born in New Zealand who’s artistic inspiration comes from Australian, New Zealand, Pacific Island, African, South American and Indian cultural traditions.

Her artistic and healing mission is to help unite the world through what is called heARTworks.

When asked about her inspiration and passion for her art work in a media report Robyn said;

“I love transforming pre-loved surfboards into art installations. These beauties once proudly took wave riders out onto the wonderful cleansing ocean, but have had their hero’s journey.

“I feel the energy of the board come back to life and transform into another expression of resilience, strength and vitality that is reminiscent of the cathartic journey of self discovery and reinvention.

“There is seldom a breakthrough without a breakdown of certain structures beforehand. The waves constantly fluidly transform, just as our hero’s journey from fool jumping off the cliff into the unknown, to falling and finding she has found her wings!”

A loving and energetic artist who creates surfboard related art of powerful significance and purpose. Riding the waves of the largest ocean on the planet.

For over 20 years Robyn has been creating her art pieces on upcycled surfboards from across the Pacific.

Her works adorn the walls of great surfers, collectors and businesses alike.

The Art of Healing

From national athlete through corporate sales to healer, mum and surf artist.

Art heals the soul, Robyn’s art symbolises the power of the Pacific, the largest body of water on earth and the most noticable feature of the planet.

The Art of Growth

Growth is our natural ability and yet we so often become stuck in habits, good, boring or bad.

Good art always nudges us back to our natural ability to grow and find our creative space.

Robyn’s art is deeply symbolic and connects in a way that reflects.

Artistic Biography

Robyn a New Zealand expatriate channels the ancient and enduring energy of the Pacific in her healing arts portfolio.

Her work has been spiritually inspired over the last 20 years thanks to the mentorship of elders and custodians of wise and ancient traditions.

Robyn was gifted her Spiritual name on her 50th lap around the sun.

Eakara Wahine / Eagle Woman

Artistic Practice

I love transforming pre-loved surfboards into art installations. These beauties once proudly took wave riders out onto the wonderful cleansing ocean, but have had their hero’s journey.

I feel the energy of the board come back to life and transform into another expression of resilience, strength and vitality that is reminiscent of the cathartic journey of self discovery and reinvention.

There is seldom a breakthrough without a breakdown of certain structures beforehand. The waves constantly fluidly transform, just as our hero’s journey from fool jumping off the cliff into the unknown, to falling and finding she has found her wings!