Maggie Robinson

Maggie’s bold contemporary landscapes are inspired by her early years growing up in the North Yorkshire Moors in a large musical family. Her ‘Music of the landscape’ series is a collection of works in which each piece is developed through the exploration of the musical qualities of melody, harmony and rhythm found in our beautiful countryside. Each painting has a musical title and an Opus number, many of which are now hanging in homes across the UK.

In recent years she has concentrated her walking in the National Parks of the North York Moors, the Peak District and the Lake District which, with her husband and family she visits regularly always to gather fresh inspiration for her work. 

Maggie is a member of MAFA (Manchester Academy of Fine Art), she exhibits regularly with The Royal Society of British Artists and The Society of Women Artists both in the Mall Galleries London.

As well as exhibiting here in the Old Courthouse Gallery, Ambleside, her work can be seen in:

The Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk

The Pineapple Gallery, Bishop Auckland

Coast Gallery Scarborough

St John’s Gallery and Café, Ashbourne

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