Solo Exhibition: A Place to Stay Forever- June 24 to July 15, 2023
The Lloyd Gallery is very proud to show Robyn Lake's brand new collection of 24 original new works completed in June, 2023, ranging in size from 8x8" to 72x48". Click on image to view prices and titles. Call us or email us to put a piece you love on hold while you are deciding because sometimes a few clients love the same piece at the same time. Disappointed a piece you love has already sold? Inquire about a commission - Robyn is always pleased to recreate a painting (never the same but with all the elements you hope for) in the size and theme you love most.
LARGE & MEDIUM SIZED WORKS (and the show walls!):
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About THIS SHOW
The name for our home town, Penticton, comes from a loose translation of the First Nations Sylix language name for here, Snpink'tn (pronounced Sin pink tin), meaning ‘The Always Place’. I am so grateful to be able to live and play and paint on the unceded, traditional territory of the syilx (Okanagan) Peoples. This body of work is an expression of my gratitude for living in this place with so much beauty all around us. All of my paintings for this show (except one) are within less than 50 kms of here, and nearly all of them have a lake in them.
About the Artist
Robyn Lake 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.
I want the people who view my paintings to get a glimpse of that, a sense of joy in a world where we are overwhelmed by what is going on around us."
Robyn’s vibrant oil and acrylic paintings have been in numerous solo and group exhibitions and are in collections around the globe. Ask the Lloyd Gallery to view Robyn's impressive CV of 25+ solo exhibitions and more than 80 group exhibitions. Follow this link to see more of Robyn's originals, those in her regular collection (not part of this show).