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Sitting Doveheart - 2013 ( Private Owner) Commissioned for a 50th Birthday. ... See MoreSee Less
Look who’s just arrived in a painting Im working on.....isn’t she lovely? The painting is ...3 or 4 days away from completion. This was a special moment. A wonderful mistake ...but it wasn’t ! Aaah the joys. ... See MoreSee Less
Oyster Catcher - Gift Circle. Only a few more black and white applications to do and then it shall be in the post and off to Amsterdam...to its new owner. Thank you for the order. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Full Circle -2016 ( Private Owners)
Commissioned for parents by a son. Celebrating the equality, respect and union of all relationships - recognising the the total embodiment of the balance of life. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Yesterday’s News - 2010 & Soul Concerto - 2010 ( Private Owner) ... See MoreSee Less
Light Blue - May 2020 ( Privately owned)
It always an honour to paint. This was particularly quite powerful and hard to let go. This morning I dreamt of birth —-SO .. lots of new beginnings. ... See MoreSee Less
....Here is painting I completed last year in October 2019. It’s called ‘Here Skylark’ and it’s owner lives in Pensford. The tattoo was designed in January 2019 and was drawn at the same time. The tattoo lives on a beautiful person in Rio in Brazil. Isn’t art wonderful in flight🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
I’m catching up with card orders. 🧡 -sooo if you would like someone know you are thinking of them- NHS or frontline worker..I will happily do a flower- bird animal of your choice - write your message - stamp and post. Please pm me with details. See examples of cards sent below. Thank you 🙏 xx ... See MoreSee Less
Detail from my recent painting. The new owner has seen the whole image —-and after a few nights to themselves I shall share the full painting. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
Clouds still, with gentle movement,
Senations sounding silent,
Forming time to be seen then gone.
Elaine Robinson May 2020 ... See MoreSee Less
Jelly Pod - 2013 ( Private collection) All new painting commissions will be associated with SPOTtimespotTIME during the Covid crisis. ... See MoreSee Less
hummingsun - 2012 ( Commission for North Bristol Trust) The Humming bird and also a Lyre. A celebration of creativity and nature. It’s all just a oneness.🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=movingmountainsformalawi... I have to honour of being asked to design a certificate for the children who have raised so much money ‘Moving Mountains for Malawi’ ...The children have embraced this amazingly well. The sun is made up of fingerprints from the organisers family ( Emma Scott) Part of family are also medics in Malawi.
I approached the design thinking in terms of connection- touch- feeling and of course SPOTtimespotTIME .
Thank you. Please feel free to donate to this wonderful cause. www.bristol247.com/news-and-features/features/north-bristol-primary-school-raises-money-to-help-m... ... See MoreSee Less
‘Nightingale Crossing- A New Song to Sing’ Dec 19 - April 2020.
It started as a painting late last year. I usually had it in the background when gaining later fingerprints in my home. During the Covid Crisis I became ill and cut the picture and finally reassembled. A nightingale flying over the virus. The Nightingale saw me through a journey. ... See MoreSee Less
‘ Nightingale Crossing - A New Song to Sing’ March 2020 ... See MoreSee Less
This is a pencil drawing I did.... Aunty Jo - sat so familiarly in her chair dressed in her powder blue jumper - with an artist called Lisa May Thomas - she was being interviewed for her work www.watershed.co.uk/studio/projects/touch-diaries We miss you every day Jo xxxxxx💚 ... See MoreSee Less
‘Tree of Life’ - 2017 A celebration of life and the essential connection of all life.
www.earthoptimism.cambridgeconservation.org/ See you next year for all those fingerprints for the conservation panel for SPOTtimespotTIME 💚 ... See MoreSee Less
Life Oak - 2017 ( A tree of fingerprints going through a porthole)
This weekend I shall be painting to celebrate Earth Optimism Cambridge 2020. Sadly the event held to celebrate Earth Optimism in the UK at the Cambridge Conservation Initiative ( CCI) on the 25th April has been cancelled. www.earthoptimism.cambridgeconservation.org/ I was proud to be asked to document the event - and look forward to another time where I am able to document Conservationists for the Conservation panel of the nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME. ... See MoreSee Less
White Horse Blue Light Beach - September 2015 -( Private Owner America) ... See MoreSee Less
A painting a day - until the new paintings are ready. All new commissions taken throughout the Covid - 19 period will be associated with the emerging nationwide artwork SPOTtimespotTIME
Golden Cell -2011 Private Owner Netherlands ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Memories 🙂 x The UK tour was such a success and now the artwork resides in Westminster Reference Library in the West End - London.
Antonios Nielsen made the wooden casing and moved the installation all over the country. Thank you 🙏 Tony.
The library was opened by W. Foxley Norris, dean of Westminster, on 8 October 1928 to replace the former library of the parish of St Martin in the Fields. The Leicester Fields chapel, built by the Huguenots in 1693, was once located on the site. Isaac Newton lived on a house on the site from 1710 to 1727, and later the house was occupied by the novelist Fanny Burney. The cellars of the house are part of the current building. The library was designed by the architect A. N. Prentice for Westminster City Council, and built by Walden & Company of Reading.It was modified in the 1950s and 1980s
In addition to a general reference collection, the library has specialist fine art and performing arts, business and law collections.Elaine Robinson’s Turning ‘ages exhibition is now on display at Junction 3 Library until Saturday 31st May. This highly imaginative installation looks at the letters, poems, postcards and ephemera left with books, to tell a series of fascinating and compelling stories, which are both absorbing and thought provoking. Well worth a look! ... See MoreSee Less
Cambridge SPOTtimespotTIME Walkabout 25 th March 2017 and people working in a local butchers adding their fingerprint to the Cambridge SPOTtimespotTIME panel.
UK Parliament and Elspeth Howe, Baroness Howe of Idlicote, CBE adding her fingerprint the the UK Parliament panel on the 15th January 2019. Elspeth is a British cross-bench life peer who has served in many capacities in public life. As the widow of Geoffrey Howe, she was formerly known as Lady Howe of Aberavon before receiving a peerage in her own right. ... See MoreSee Less