Stan Robinson

 

Stan Robinson biography:

Stan Robinson studied at the Phoenix School of Design in New York City. He went on to work as an art director for a New York art studio, before moving to North Carolina and settling in the Outer Banks. His move to the Carolina’s opened his eyes to a wealth of subject matter from ships at sea, seagulls in flight, children on the beach to many other bold and moody eastern scenes. His trademark style of uni-directional brush strokes over roughly textured canvases helps to create and capture light and mood in his chosen scenes. Stan always felt life is an endless wonder and a precious gift. His paintings are in the collections of the South Carolina Museum of Art and the Museum of Albermarle.

 

Available paintings:

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Stan Robinson "The Peaceful Hour" fish fishing father son grandfather grandson, moody sky water lake river sea North Carolina acrylic painting

“The Peaceful Hour”
Stan Robinson
acrylic   18″ x 24″
unframed
$650

 

 

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