Friends Lecture by Robyn Wilson-Owen
14/11/2020

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Robyn’s illustrations of children were magical. Delicately capturing the expressions and gestures of small boys and girls, their joys, their worries, their tantrums in all their glories—it was a delight to see her sketches and final drawings and to hear how Robyn came to children’s book illustration via an earlier career in theatre, design and puppetry. I loved the talk and feel so pleased that we have such terrific local artists in Pinner.

We are pleased to present the second Friends autumn lecture in our Artists in Residence series. This one is given by local children’s illustrator, Robyn Wilson Owen who was the second artist in residence at the Heath Robinson Museum.

Links to all of our Friends Lectures are available here.

All images copyright Robyn Wilson-Owen.

 

Robyn’s illustrations of children were magical. Delicately capturing the expressions and gestures of small boys and girls, their joys, their worries, their tantrums in all their glories—it was a delight to see her sketches and final drawings and to hear how Robyn came to children’s book illustration via an earlier career in theatre, design and puppetry. I loved the talk and feel so pleased that we have such terrific local artists in Pinner.