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New Beginning

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: NHS Lothian Charity – Tonic Collection

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Gayle Robinson was born in Glasgow, the city where she came back to live and work after studying in Aberdeen and Dundee. Her early passion for architecture and textiles, for Gustav Klimt and Henri Matisse, still inspire her art today in the linearity of her compositions and her predilection for warm colours. Her choice technique suits the stunning hues, recurring patterns and abstracted shapes that have become her trademarks.

Although the Scottish countryside inspires Gayle Robinson’s prints, you will not be able to find their exact location anywhere. The rolling hills, the rows of trees, the earthy furrows have all been carefully pieced together by the artist into her very own imaginary landscape.

NHS Lothian Charity – Tonic Collection



New Beginning






H 58 x W 39 cm

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