Micheline Robinson is a French-Canadian artist who has lived across Canada, in Wales and England and now resides on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand. Her work is allegorical and she works in large series of sometimes up to 200 pieces. She considers herself to be a conceptual artist with a love for aesthetics. Therefore concepts are equally as important as the final image. Her latest series questions the felling of healthy mature trees in urban developments on the Coast where she now resides.
Micheline exhibits internationally and is an active humanitarian artist, participating in many projects such as the Ubuntu Charity Show in Seoul that raised $150 000 for malnourished children of North Korea and Sweden’s exhibition “In recognition of Malala Yousafzai” which raised funds for education. Realising there were few opportunities for artists to display their works on the UK’s Wirral peninsula (left bank of the Mersey), she founded and organised the Wirral Open Studio Tour which received Arts Council funding in 2010 and is still going strong today. Micheline has collectors in Canada, NZ, UK and the US as well as having work in private and corporate collections around the world. For more of her works, please visit: www.michelinerobinson.co.uk