Robyn Kinsela / Painting in the real world

My pictures have their roots in the real world, but are by no means images in the conventional sense.

I don’t copy my subjects but interpret them.

By ARTSfile Editor

My pictures have their roots in the real world, but are by no means images in the conventional sense. I don’t copy my subjects but interpret them. Sound, smell and touch play an important role.

Using collage and mixed media, I create rapidly at first, keeping up with my thoughts. Then I let the work rest for an hour, a day, a year or a decade, as if it needs an incubation period. I then re-see what has been created and finish the work.

For more information please visit:
robynkinsela.com.au

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Robyn Kinsela: A Summer on Edge, 2020

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  • Robyn Kinsela: I feel the heat and fire rising, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Summer is Looming, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Morning Shadows, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Views from a Summer on Edge, 2020
  • Robyn Kinsela: Uncertainty, 2020
  • Robyn Kinsela: Trepidation, 2020
  • Robyn Kinsela: Apprehension, 2020
  • Robyn Kinsela: That Day's Fire Painting, 2020
  • Robyn Kinsela: Rain Setting In, 2018

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  • Robyn Kinsela: A Storm Approaching, 2018
  • Robyn Kinsela: Whisperting Stillness, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Rainy Sunday, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Mountain Drought, 2018
  • Robyn Kinsela: Nightfall Moon light Full Moon, 2018
  • Robyn Kinsela: Flowering Desert, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: Bushfire, 2019
  • Robyn Kinsela: My Brother's Country is on Fire, 2019