This “Abstract series” was like pushing the “reset” button for Robson, with the two weeks spent in the studio painting this series turning into somewhat of a cathartic experience for him. Robson used this time to let out all of his fears and frustrations, and in the end was setting his sights on the bigger and better things to come in 2017. “For me, all my work starts with the abstract, unfettered and free, and then turns into something else. I wanted to get to the core of making art. It’s not about painting pretty pictures, it’s about expressing things that cannot be described with words, nor should they be”


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