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How would you categorize your painting style?
Impressionistic
Which medium do you prefer? eg. oils, acrylics, etc.
oils
Are you a full time artist?
Full Time
Who are your favourite 2 artists?
Sargeant & Sorolla (& Quang Ho)
Do you have any goals for your painting?
To get better and better. To create a masterpiece.
What's your website address? (If any)
http://www.newzealandartist.com

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New Ebook for you

Posted on July 19, 2014 at 9:12 0 Comments

Hi guys, I've just finished this book for you:

70 Pages including 38 Paintings! Just click the book to open it.

also, there's  a new special offer available click here:…

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Painting without Fear

Posted on May 29, 2014 at 9:30 9 Comments

Normally I don't fiddle with my plein air work in the studio afterwards, but in this case I'd done such an awful job of the cow that I decided to remedy it in the studio that same night while the paint was still wet. That's the second image you can see there - much better cow, no? The next day…

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Painting in Glenorchy

Posted on May 22, 2014 at 9:30 9 Comments

Hi guys, been down here in Glenorchy for 3 weeks now, trying to paint around the inclement weather. When it's good it's amazing, when it's bad it's really bad, but at least it brings with it the hope of more snow which makes everything that much more paintable. Got a sore neck at the moment. I think it's from twisting around all the time to see the views here. There's quite literally a painting around every corner.

When you move to a new area…

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Inspired by Sunsets

Posted on May 3, 2014 at 18:33 1 Comment

Painting Waipu Cove Cafe

Posted on April 3, 2014 at 17:36 6 Comments

"Coffee at the Cove" 18x24" Oil on Canvas by Richard Robinson

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At 16:44 on May 13, 2014, steve said…

Hi Richard..just beware there are trolls using this page. See a message here that I received and do not expect on your site. Regards Steve Guthrie

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At 6:24 on May 9, 2014, Maria Plezbert said…

Enjoyed your interview, and of course it was the first one I saw/listened too.  The cup of coffee took a long time to be served... did you drink all of it?  Anyway, your interview was so natural, I think the real you.  I guess a lot of your students are SO interested in you; I love it when you show your wife too.  Is she a painter?  Is Kathryn a painter?  But most of all I am impatient to receive my sunset DVD  that I ordered.  It promises to be SENSATIONAL!  I intend to paint a LARGE sunset for my studio wall; I love sunsets so much it makes me cry.  Another beautiful day slowly disappearing.....to never return.  SAD!...but glorious.

At 15:21 on April 14, 2014, Nancy Sands said…

I just completed the first block study for Workshop 31.  Richard, I have to tell you how much I appreciate this particular lesson.  I always wondered how artists achieved that layered effect with color.  I thought it was exclusively through glazing, but you have showed us exactly how it is done.  Obviously, it's not  a simple process.  There are so many decisions to be made.  One question...do you always decide on the colors to use by selecting colors right next to the foundation color, or do you at times skip around the color wheel?

At 15:39 on March 14, 2014, Lori Ippolito said…
I thoroughly enjoyed the interview and put up a note on my page with the link!! Your statements about having the confidence to charge a decent amount really hit home!! My background was actually pretty DIScouraging re art and unfortunately ( well, not..I do love my work and believe it was all in the plan) I just got back to art in the last few years.. Your workshops are a great learning tool and the community you created here couldn't be more supportive!! Thanks so much for sharing your journey and providing an avenue for growth:)
At 1:59 on March 14, 2014, Sharon Casavant said…

Where do I find the interview?  btw, Richard, now that I see both photos of my slice together , I think the one closest to my original is GP Hats. 

At 12:39 on March 13, 2014, Roena King said…

I saw your interview with Kathryn Lloyd.  It was most enjoyable and made me like you even more than I already do.  You are a nice guy Richard!  I am so proud of  you and your well deserved success. I am so pleased to know you. Roena

At 12:00 on March 12, 2014, Silvana M Albano said…

Wonderful interview! 

At 9:53 on March 12, 2014, Robin Sage said…
Richard - just watched your interview with Kathryn Lloyd - it was great! I am sure a lot of people will be inspired and encouraged when they hear it. Proud to be a fellow kiwi.
At 1:27 on March 12, 2014, Sharon Casavant said…

Do you want me to start on 28?

At 4:38 on March 5, 2014, Lori Ippolito said…

and this is why I never played BINGO Richard!!!

 
 
 

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