Lot 548 - Robyn Litchfield - Carew
Watercolour on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Robyn Litchfield was born in New Zealand and currently lives in North London. She is a painter and graduated from the City and Guilds of London Art School with an MA Fine Art (distinction) in 2017 and from The School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University with a BA in 2012.
2015-2017 City and Guilds of London Art School, MA Fine Art (Distinction)
2008-2012 The School of Art, Architecture and Design,
London Metropolitan University, BA Fine Art
2022 Beep Painting Prize, Elysium Gallery, Swansea.
2022 The Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, Selected by Bill Woodrow
2022 Horizon, Landscape and Beyond, The Cello Factory, London
2022 Affordable Art Fair with Darle and the Bear, Battersea
2022 Frequencies (For Healing), Confer Karnac Gallery, London
2021 The Contemporary British Painting Prize 2021 (long listed)
2021 Landscape's Unstilled Life, Darl-e and the Bear, Woodstock (curator and exhibitor)
2020 The John Moores Painting Prize (long listed)
2020 The Summer Exhibition, The Royal Academy, selected by David Remfry
2020 On the Strangest Sea, The Violet Hour
2020 Women’s Lockdown Art, Zabludowicz Collection, womenandhealth.org.uk
2020 The London Art Fair with the Nunnery Gallery
2020 Jackson’s Painting Prize 2020, awarded the Landscape/Cityscape/Seascape category prize
Darle and the Bear, TinMan Art
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Robyn Litchfield uses wild landscape as a template for exploring personal history, notions of cultural identity, alienation and a sense of belonging. Her paintings are imbued with a longing for an idyllic Arcadia but haunted by the resulting violence, dispossession and ecological loss.
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