Robyn Lake - Mark your calendars! Solo Exhibition: July 8 - 22, 2021Click on image to view prices and titles (Works are shown in 3 groupings: LARGEST to SMALLEST) * Contact us to inquire about a piece. Ask us for gallery images of it!
LARGE works 30x40 inches (75x100cm) - 40x120 inches (100x300cm)
SMALL works 6x6 inches (15x15cm) - 14x18 inches (35x45cm)
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About The Artist
Revisit Robyn's 2020 SOLO EXHIBITION held JULY 9 - JULY 23, 2020. Robyn had her first solo exhibition of watercolours in Penticton 1996. Since then she has moved to painting with oils and acrylics and has continued to develop her representational style, varying her subjects from intimate close up views of flowers and fruit, to panoramic views of the landscape.
Her luscious, sensual paintings reflect her intense love of the land, and the vibrant colours express her emotional response to her subject matter: “I was born in the tropics, where all the colours in the landscape are so intense and I wonder if this hasn’t always remained with me. More than that though, when I observe the landscape, I feel a deep sense of gratitude and joy, and the brilliant colours I use are an expression of this. I want people to feel a sense of this when they look at my work. My 1986 Westfalia is my mobile studio and I usually spend a good part of the year painting outside.
This year however, I have painted both outside and in my studio, where I tried to bring the feel of painting outside into the studio. I have used photographs, sketches and small studies as a starting point and then let my creative side take over and bring my own sense of the world around me onto the canvas.”
Robyn’s vibrant oil and acrylic paintings have been in numerous solo and group exhibitions and are in collections around the globe.