Paul Robinson 10 February 2024 - 12 March 2024

Humour is a powerful emotion, as is nostalgia, and it is these elements that strike you first about Paul Robinson's paintings. Paul is an observer of people and his paintings have an engaging and narrative quality that is further enhanced by his titles. Here we have big skies, stormy seas, green fields, idyllic villages, and people going about their daily lives. Paul delights in portraying people in everyday situations with rich humour, shades of Lowry and Helen Bradley perhaps, but in his own distinct style.

Paul was born in Penrith, Cumbria and studied at Carlisle College of Art before moving to London where he became a successful illustrator, working for leading publications such as the Sunday Times and Radio Times.  In 1999 he upped sticks once more and moved to Norfolk, and to a completely different environment, the antithesis of his London cityscapes, but an inspirational one.

It was a dramatic change from his London life, but one to fuel his imagination, and he has revelled in it ever since. However, Paul cannot escape his fascination with the hustle and bustle of London and continues to paint subjects of well-known places and architecture in the same theme.

Paul's work is highly collectable and can be found in private, corporate and public collections worldwide.

The exhibition has been extended until 12th March.

To view the full exhibition please click here