The paintings are a response to nature. The subjects are drawn from daily life; still life, landscape, self-portrait and images from memory. They share a common property – all are made near or within the painter’s house. This landscape is alder carr – a marsh land of rivers and ponds meeting dry sheep and arable fields.
Henrietta Robinson in conversation with the artist, 2012.
Tom Robinson studied at Byam Shaw School of Art and The Princes Drawing School,
2003 - 2006. He was awarded the Prince’s Drawing School Bursary, 2005
and the NEAC Drawing Scholarship in 2006.