Maggie Robinson Artist
Maggie Robinson Artist  



'The Music of the Landscape' my personal

response to painting the landscape. As a former

musician it seemed natural for me to relate the musical elements of rhythm, melody and harmony to the same qualities found in our beautiful English countryside and I record each painting with a musical title and an Opus number. This has certainly challenged me over the past few years  as I have now created well over 400 paintings in the series!


'A moment in time'... is a new series introduced during the 2020 lockdown.I am interested in transferring some of the style and method that I have developed in my landscape work to subjects that relate to indoors, particularly the home.


I have two Galleries for you to browse through which all represent recent work. The first is my ongoing 'Music of the landscape' work, the second shows work from the series 'A moment in time'. Detailed information is given on each picture and where it is available to be viewed. 

There is also information about the Galleries which represent me, events  I am involved in and also a page where you can purchase packs of my cards online. If you are interested in purchasing a giglee print of my work please contact me or visit


I hope that you enjoy the colours and the marks that I so love to explore.

 Please contact me if I can be of any help to you.


'The earth has its music for those who will listen'

'Every day has something to celebrate'






'The melody of winter's chill' Opus 444 will be exhibited with The Royal Society of British Artists exhibition in the Mall Galleries London April 15th- 24th.


'Time to sing a different song' Opus 415  sold and raised £950 for Sketch for Survival - Wildlife &Wild spaces auction.




Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in purchasing either a painting or cards or wish to enquire about anything concerning my work, I shall be only too pleased to help.



Maggie Robinson MAFA


Contact details:





07753 437745










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