Having grown up in the North Yorkshire Moors and now living in Sheffield, Maggie Robinson originally qualified as a teacher of physical education and music and graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree from London University.
She began to pursue her love of art in the 1980s and remains to this day to be largely self-taught. Her use and understanding of colour in painting have been a significant focus in her own work and through her many years of teaching, she has inspired artists and art groups both at home and abroad to be adventurous with colour.
She is an elected member of Manchester Academy of Fine Arts and exhibits regularly with The Society of Women Artists and The Royal Society of British Artists in the Mall Galleries London.
Her 'Music of the Landscape' series has now sold to buyers across the United Kingdom, Europe, and the USA
'The earth has its music for those who will listen'
'The melody of winter's chill' Opus 444
will be exhibited with
The Royal Society of British Artists exhibition
Mall Galleries London April 15th- 24th.
Eight of my 'Music of the Landscape' paintings will be exhibited between April 24th and June 13th in
The Old Lock Up Gallery Cromford
in an exhibition entitled
'FROM THE LAND'
Maggie Robinson MAFA