Robbin Milne is a California painter and studio artist.

She is associated with Arts Benicia, San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley, CA areas, and a member of the Women's Caucus for Art at the National and Northern California Region level.

She has exhibited her work in the Bay Area during the past 20 years in solo as well as group shows such as the San Francisco Open Studios, Artspan, Oakland ProArts Annual Open Studios, Arts Benicia Auction, Arts Benicia Open Studios.

Robbin has also been seen in other venues including the Benicia Library Art Gallery, Orinda Art Gallery, Bedford Art Gallery, Sebastopol Arts Center and other venues in the area.

In 2015, Robbin was invited to an artist residency in Denmark, at Doverodde Kømandsgaard and participated in a lecture regarding her family heritage and the family farm found in Hurup, Denmark and it's influence on her work.

Her work is in Bay Area private collections:  In Napa and the South Bay areas, including Filoso/Obrien of Oakland and the Heydlers of Danville, now in Germany.  Her work is collected across the Nation, including the D.C. area, and abroad in Canada, Denmark, France and Italy.   

Ms. Milne received the Ralph DuCasse Award for Academic Excellence in Studio Arts, and completed her BA in Studio Art at Mills College, Oakland California, studying under Hung Liu, Anna Valentina Murch and Catherine Wagner.

She was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

She continues to offer art instruction and appreciation, and has worked in the National Institute of Arts and Disabilities with adults, local libraries and public schools.