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** UPDATE NOVEMBER 2, 2020: EXHIBITION POSTPONED ** Dear Friends, We have been advised by various medical experts to postpone the exhibition until 4/5/6 December due to COVID-19. We will try to make an on-line video of the exhibition for you. Meanwhile there are several works on this website (www.geraldinerobarts.com) or Facebook/Geraldine Robarts Paintings or […]
These runners are combatting a lot of gusty wind as they race for the line. The swirls are what the wind feels like. Get more info.
Wanjiku has been crying for over 10 years! She has been weeping tears for all this time. Wanjiku is a painting made by Geraldine Robarts in early 2007. It represents Wanjiku, the typical African woman. Here, she is in her hut at dawn making porridge for her family, her back bent from constant hard work […]
Fri 18th May, 2-6pm Sat 19th & Sun 20th May, 10am-6pm 56, Kibo Lane, Karen Adults: 200/= Children 100/= (includes refreshments & painting for kids) Phone: 0722-528931 We look forward to welcoming you to the tranquility of our garden and studios!
I think I am driven to paint. When you do something often it becomes your identity. You don’t ask why- you just do it, like walking for example. Once you do it you find things to do or places to go. I think of my paintings as one surface after another; each calls for a […]
Visual art, like sport, speaks across cultures. A universal language that can be practiced and understood by all, it is a unique vehicle for allowing different voices to be heard. It can unlock communication between diverse nations, peoples, and histories. The paintings have a power to connect people together through profound information about who we […]
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