Robyn Chance is a multi-faceted ‘Priestess of the heARTs’, developing her crafts through the journey of life itself. She shows gratitude as a visionary painter, a transparent writer, an integrative dancer and a comedic yet masterful channel of the expressive arts. She is part of the second wave of Indigo children, born in 1981 in Houston, Texas to a firey, siren mother and a funny, gentlemanly father. They were part of a powerful, close-knit family of the oil industry. Soon after her birth the Chance family moved into commercial cattle ranching, so Robyn experienced both ranch and city life, and was also inspired by her family’s travels to Hawai’i (where she now resides). As a child she was writing and illustrating books on construction paper and orchestrating performances with her dolls. By young adulthood she developed a rapid career in modeling, creative direction, music videos and a Latin Dance tour while living in New York City, Los Angeles and Austin. A profound Near-Death Experience came to remind her of her innate worthiness and mystical existence; her inspiration shined brighter while ‘the chase’ came to a rest. Now living on the active volcano Goddess Pele for six years, Robyn in~joys life in self-love and commitment to transmutation, exemplifying herself as a sacred vessel of the Creative Feminine Fire. She is upheld as an inspirational guide for how a broken-open muse can burn and rise from the ashes as the attentive artist who paints her own journey.
“My perspective is of both, the artist and the muse. Art and dance alchemize my heart and body; like a map and tool for harmonizing all of the ups and downs in my emotional world. It takes me deeper into my multi-colored personality, guiding me to reveal the scary-turned-sensational conversation between my wild and my grace. I gently introduce one aspect of me into another, to hold hands, like two colors blending on the canvas, a duality within me dances and unifies as the painting emerges. When I’m giddy about an idea, a tingling feeling will send a chill through my spine, through my hand and brush onto the canvas… I astonish myself to tears sometimes. I can hardly believe these incredible visions coming through me. How could I have ever doubted that I am special and worthy of love and safety? *tears* I’m still a small child remembering that it’s okay to be and feel as myself, that I’m special and powerful as I Am. We ALL Are. I trust my heARTwork serves as a strong reminder of that, for anyone else that’s ever in question. Let us all create from Love.” ~Robyn