If you would like to get in touch with Arlin, her snail mail
address is below Arlin Robbins
513 Lexington Avenue
El Cerrito, CA 94706
The Making of the Dolphin Bronzes
Arlin is shown her working on the sculptures in clay form
Bronze Horse Bust
Two of these face each other within the Mirage
This mermaid closely resembles the larger pair at the Mirage
Pegasus Mare & Foal
This exquisite piece was a limited edition of only 25 and were first sold for $500 and are now worth $5,000 each! I *WISH* Arlin could cast this beautiful piece in resin!
This beautiful piece is an older but popular; she's sculpting a new one right now which will be even nicer and will cast it in resin!
Whatcha Doin' Ma?
Many mares are kept in box stalls to have their foals and afterwards are kept inside for a few days before letting the new pair outside. The mares usually won't roll in the stall because they're afraid to hurt the foal, so the very first thing they usually do when let out with their baby is to drop down and have a good back rub! The babies react one of two ways: they either buck and kick, running all over the place, or they stand stiff-legged and bug-eyed looking at their moms, like this little fellow, wondering what the heck she is doing! This piece is also Littlebit sized.
Mounting before the race
Past the Wire
Easing up after a winning race
Foal Itching Rumpus
Part of the Itchy Colts trio; these foals are Littlebit-sized and will be cast in resin after more detailing and refinements are made
Part of the Itchy Colts trio; these foals are Littlebit-sized and will be cast in resin after more detailing and refinements are made. Click on the photo for a closeup