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Lately she’s gone through an abstract “underwater” phase. Freelance artist Robin Schreiber is photographed at her studio in Belmont, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. Schreiber, an Oakland native, became known as the Golden State Warriors “Dance Mom” after a video of her dancing in an ugly sweater at a November Warriors’ game went viral, leading to an opportunity to dance on the court with the Warriors Dance Team in December.(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group) Schreiber studied art in college and has always enjoyed creating it.The string extends through other hobbies and passions, from Christmas decorations to interior design.As for the dancing, it appears she’s always been a ham.The Golden State Warriors Dance Cam Mom is so famous, she’s gone from fan in the stands to dancing with the Warriors dance team.Dance Cam Mom’s real name is Robin Schreiber, and she’s down at the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend this year to take part in some video for the festivities.In the weeks that followed, she was interviewed by national news programs and performed a routine on the court with the Warriors’ dance team.On Wednesday, the Warriors season ticket holder flew to New Orleans with her husband, John, to film material for this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game festivities.
“Cheers to basically winning against hurtful disgusting executives who do way more in their personal lives then what I could ever be judged for-I will never be broken by hateful wrong people and if everyone else is brained washed, on drugs, pills, scheming thinking their at the top of their power trips I WISH to always be apart- I give this chapter of my life to GOD & all of his glory & to justice in court.” “If God’s for you who dare be against you.
John said Robin’s parents recall taking her to see a movie in Alameda when she was 2 years old.
“She somehow made it down in front of the stage,” John said, “and was dancing in front of the whole audience while the movie was playing.” Now she has more than 16,000 followers on Instagram, and it takes the family up to an hour to leave Oracle Arena because so many people want to take selfies with her.
“When I create something that I feel looks good, it gives me such a feeling of satisfaction,” she said.
“I feel like I’ve accomplished something.” Though her quiet and solitary work in the studio may seem far removed from her improvised dance routines, her husband sees a common thread of creativity running through them.
But when she’s not entertaining the masses, Schreiber often can be found at her small art studio in Belmont.