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‘Free of rigid lines and rulers’

Posted on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 2:05 pm

Vice Mayor of Colonial Beach Robin Schick is having a banner year. She was elected Vice Mayor in January by her peers on the town council, she has a thriving business in RMS Designs, LLC, and now she and her partner, Thomas “Tommy” Feltner have their first art show at the Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce during the Second Friday Art Walk.

As if life is not exciting enough for the couple, Schick is also pregnant with her first, and his fourth child, due in July of this year.

Feltner is a furniture repair technician who uses his eye for art and color to help match the colors in the pieces he works on.

Schick is an architectural designer. Her artist statements says that she enjoys “breaking free of rigid lines and rulers to create bright and expressive works of art.”

This is not Schick’s first foray into public art in Colonial Beach. In fact the mural on the former brick bathroom on the boardwalk was spearheaded by Schick.

For the full article, pick up the latest Westmoreland News 3/13/19

Tommy Feltner and Robin Schick stand in front of some of their work

at the Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce during

March’s Second Friday Art Walk.