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Ian Robinson comes from the North East of England. 

He worked in the Oil & Gas Industry until moving to London in 2007

when he started at Wimbledon College of Art to study painting.  He graduated in 2011 with 1st Class Honours.

Ian’s work focuses on the theme of peoples passions and their collections.  Ian enjoys painting objects that face being replaced on a digital platform – and he celebrates their beauty in detail.  His paintings show collections of books, records and classic music technology.

His studio is based in South East London. 

Selected Shows:

~ Nov 14 – Painting Now exhibition with One Church St gallery.

~ Nov - Dec 12- Griffin Art Prize Exhibition

            ~ Oct 12- Solo Show at The Muse Gallery, London.

            ~ June - July 12- Guasch Coranty Foundation International Painting             

               Prize, Sala Tecla Sala de l'Hospitalet, Barcelona.

            ~ Oct 11 - Dec 11- Guest Artist at RWA 159 Autumn Open Exhibition

Shortlisted for the Derwent drawing prize 2018

Shortlisted for the New Light Northern Art prize 2017.

Featured in the Aesthetica Art prize Anthology 2016 & 2018.

Winner of the Bryant & Keeling painting prize - Painting Now 2014.

Shortlisted for the Griffin Art prize 2012.

Shortlisted for the Guasch/Coranty Foundation International Painting Prize.

First prize in the Landmark Plc Fine Art Award 2011.

Work in Landmark Plc Collection at Heron Tower, London.

Current Shows: 

~G&Cgallery Still Life exhibition  October 12th - November 12th 
Private View Thursday 11Th October 6pm- 9pm
G&C Gallery. 8 Camden Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells, KENT TN1 2PT

~Work included in the New light Northern art prize. 
13 October 2018 – 27 January 2019: Prize Exhibition runs at Tullie House Art Gallery

~Work included in the Derwent drawing prize 2018.
On display at Trowbridge Town Hall Arts from 29 September – 10 November, before moving to the Derwent Pencil Museum in Keswick, Cumbria, Keswick, where it will be available to view from 15 November – 31 January (2019).