London, UKWorks in a wide variety of media. Recent paintings explore distinct subject matter and themes in extended series. The powerful attraction of sea and coastal landscape is a recurrent source of inspiration. A keen interest in the guitar has led to a series of paintings inspired by the instrument, which range from portraits in performance through to abstract explorations of movement.
Studied Fine Art at University of Exeter and Exeter College of Art and Design.
Exhibits widely : in London at the Mall Galleries- Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 2014, ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2013 (Lincoln Seligman Award),Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Society of Marine Artists; The Bankside Gallery (Royal Watercolour Society 21st Century Watercolour Exhibitions & RWS Open Exhibition); Royal College of Art 'Secret' exhibitions;Solo show'Theme and Variations' West Dean College, Sussex 2008; Southampton City Art Gallery; St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington;Solo show 'Mind's Eye' Standrin Art and Design, Winchester ;Solo show 'Clay Country: Landscapes of Cornwall's Clay Quarries' at Wheal Martyn, St Austell, Cornwall 2009; 'Altered States Triptych' Standrin Winchester 2010;'Climate Change 'Exhibition, Rhyl Library Arts Centre, Denbighshire, Wales 2010; Solo show 'Cornish Landscape: Coast and Clay' at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park,Windsor 2010; Solo show 'Colour notes' exhibition at Highcliffe Castle, Dorset 2010; 'Selected Artists Exhibition', City Space, Winchester Discovery Centre, 2010. ArtFul Group Show at Standrin, Winchester, 2011; Solo show -Errollyn Wallen, composer, Portrait Series at Steinway Hall , London , July 2011.'Lay of the land' Landscape paintings at Bell Fine Art, Winchester, England 2012. 'Microcosmos' paintings exhibited at City Space Gallery, Winchester- ArtFul 4th exhibition June 2013, ArtFul 5th Winter Exhibition , Winchester November 2013 etc.
ARTFUL Winter Show December 5-7, Winchester , Hampshire, UK.
Artists Gill Robinson , Claudine Mitaty, Alan Cracknell, Raziye Parmley and jeweller Lindsey Mann come together for their 6th Exhibition together. Music in the form of dance and also the craft of musical instrument-making features strongly among themes explored in this year's show. Gill has been following the progress of building a viola by craftsman, Christopher Martyn, over the past few months, recording and celebrating the process in a series of drawings and paintings. See Gill's website www.gill-robinson.co.uk for further details and ArtFul website at www.facebook.com/ArtFulWinchester
Gill was awarded the Lincoln Seligman Purchase Prize at the recent ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London SW1, November 2013