"I have followed Robin's work and especially his journey down the Severn for several years and now, two of his paintings adorn our walls. I love the soft palette, the muddy blues and greens, the sense of place as you look past the wet sheep to the river beyond. Very evocative of this part of England. Thank you". Read more comments.
Watching the Silver Thread
My latest work is a pictorial metaphor. It reflects my concerns regarding the proposed plan to dam the Severn above Shrewsbury. Although conceived near to my home in Worcestershire, it portrays my deepest held belief that the river and its neighbouring flood plain is now under threat from ill-intentioned developers through Powys, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
Watercolour and pencil on Saunders Waterford 140lb hot pressed paper.
Framed in a deep bevel mount and white wooden moulding.
Image size - 44 x 66cm
Overall size including frame - 65 x 86cm