Robin White studied art at Oundle and Wellingborough. He was then a broadcast journalist for 20 years. Much of his inspiration comes from images he saw and witnessed whilst working as a television reporter. He started painting again in his 50's and has featured in both solo and group exhibitions since then.
He says: "I am inspired by the really great masters of mood and of colour and texture and story. Particularly the exhibitions I have seen over the years at factory 798 in Beijing (before it became horribly commercial), the COBRA group exhibition at The Guggenheim in New York and painters like Anatoly Burykin and those in many of the galleries in Chelsea and SoHo in New York and in London and Venice and from masters of colour such as Eduardo Arranz-Bravo.
I have been recently been exploring the idea of trying to add colour to the enormous interstellar explosions and violent movement that has happened over millions of years in the far reaches of space. " I am currently working on a series of pictures based around the lights and colours of my favourite corner of Soho in London.
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ROBIN WHITE 2016
Robin White is a member of Reigate Society of Artists