"St. Anne’s Church Santa Monica" – Bill Robinson
– Solo Exhibition–
Artist Bill Robinson has a passion for painting color and light in an outdoor setting. He makes a living as an artist in the animation industry and has worked with Sony Pictures Animation, ReelFX, Nickelodeon, HBO, and Disney Interactive. He has also illustrated over twelve books for children and worked with clients that include Disney, Dreamworks, Universal, Random House and Little Brown Books. He can regularly be found at comic conventions like San Diego Comic-Con and CTN, where he sells his books and artwork. He lives with his wife and dog in Los Angeles. You can see more of his work at www.flimflammery.com.
Painting outdoors has been a surprisingly freeing experience for me. As a concept artist for the animation industry by day, I tend to be stuck inside at a computer, surrounded by darkness and lit only by the glow of my monitor. When I started to paint outdoors I was faced with the usual challenges of weather and lighting and what type of gear to use - but all of this was easily outweighed by the fresh air, sunlight, and sounds of nature around me. I became serious about plein air painting a year ago - and in that time I’ve seen improvements in my work, but I’ve also found that painting every day has become somewhat of an addiction. I notice how the light falls on a tree branch, or the color of a shadow on a rocky cliff face, constantly making mental notes for the next time I’m out painting. Los Angeles known more for its freeways than its natural beauty, so I was surprised at how much incredible scenery there is to paint all around me. something as grand as a mountainside, or as simple as a tree at the end of my street. I find that both are worth looking at closer.
You can view the full collection of paintings here.
St. Anne’s Church Santa Monica
Original Artwork – Gouache
Artwork Size: 4x7”
Frame Size: 8x10”
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