Rosalind Robinson is an Academician at the Royal West of England Academy and a member of the Society of Women Artists. She exhibits regularly in London, Bath and Bristol.

"The direct gaze can be compelling and the emotive qualities of facial expressions are a constant pre-occupation of my work in which I intend to pose questions about time and place and to suggest a narrative. The focus of my work is slowly shifting as I continue to explore the possibilities of expressing the complexity of human interactions within the context of figurative painting.
In more recent paintings I hope to express the tensions and emotional implications of the way we position ourselves physically, in relation to others. Through my work I hope to convey the complicated beauty of fleeting moments in time"

2011 Crack Illustration Award RWA
2016 Rosemary & Co Award SWA
2018 The Artist Magazine Feature Award SWA
2018 Elected as a Member of The Society of Women Artists
2020 Elected as an Academician at The Royal West of England Academy

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Royal West of England Academy
Royal Watercolour Society
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute
Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour
The Discerning Eye
Society of Women Artists
Chippenham Museum
Victoria Art Gallery
Bowood House Wiltshire

Royal West of England Academy Permanent Collection
Chippenham Museum Permanent Collection
Wiltshire Museum

For the first 30 years of her career, Rosalind worked as a scenic artist and mural painter.
To view murals and specialist decorative work from this period, please visit