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Some days I am the strong tree, nothing can move me.
I am invincible.
Some days I am the old tree that has shed all its leaves.
I am vulnerable.
Some days I am the lone tree stood in solitude.
I am surviving.
Some days I have been overgrown by all that surrounds me. Overwhelmed I suffocate.
Most days I am never the tree that I want to be.
Paul Robinson’s paintings feature three key elements, trees, repetitive patterns and representations
of decaying painted surfaces. The paintings are precariously near to disassembling, as the
amalgamations of his ambivalent recollections are disparate and fragmented. Yet an instinctive process
of non-sequential layering combines these disjointed and seemingly disconnected elements seamlessly
Robinson begins his paintings by establishing a surface loaded with character and depth, rich in
organic and synthetic tones. Viewing his process as a type of artificial decay, he creates natural forms
by laying fabrics and paper towels onto the canvas that absorb and transfer the paint that he pours
Robinson is constantly documenting various trees for his photographic archive; some are stumbled
upon when travelling with a loved one, some encountered on a daily commute and others are
obsessively sought out whilst looking for an idyllic tree to express his current series of thoughts. The
trees used in the paintings are of emotional significance to the artist; but as with all objects, living and
dead, the feelings attached to them are transient.
The repetitive patterns Robinson uses in his paintings are again chosen from his photographic archive.
They are not solely there to serve as a decorative nuance, but instead bring a further layer of his
personal history to the paintings. The pattern used in his most recent paintings is appropriated from his
mother’s wallpaper, which hung on the walls of his childhood home for almost twenty-five years until
it was stripped away this year. The selected pattern goes through a process of digital reconstruction,
creating a flawless crisp design.
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