Artist Robin Everett

Blackwater II

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £1200.00 / $1603.20
Size 120 x 120 cm
Ref 20558

Black Corries

Robin Everett

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Media Watercolour and Ink
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £575.00 / $768.20
Size 87 x 39 cm
Ref 21000

Watershed

Robin Everett

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Media Watercolour and Ink
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £395.00 / $527.72
Size 54 x 26 cm
Ref 21001

Heron

Robin Everett

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Media oil on linseed paper
Type Abstract
Price £175.00 / $233.80
Size 34 x 15 cm
Ref 21143

Meanach

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £1000.00 / $1336.00
Size 122 x 122 cm
Ref 20559

Dessary II - To A'Chuil

Robin Everett

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Media oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £600.00 / $801.60
Size 50 x 40 cm
Ref 20780

A Small Spark Vs. a Great Forest

Robin Everett

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Media oil on linseed paper
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £375.00 / $501.00
Size 26 x 32 cm
Ref 21148

Deer Beds

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £575.00 / $768.20
Size 39 x 87 cm
Ref 20999

Millenium Forest to Langus

Robin Everett

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Media Watercolour and Ink
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £395.00 / $527.72
Size 54 x 26 cm
Ref 21002

Rolling Silence/Robin's Nest

Robin Everett

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Media Watercolour and Ink
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £100.00 / $133.60
Size 23 x 19 cm
Ref 21006

It Broke on the Fourth Day

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Abstract
Price £195.00 / $260.52
Size 29 x 16 cm
Ref 21144

Company II

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £250.00 / $334.00
Size 23 x 31 cm
Ref 21003

Low Lying/Early Lift

Robin Everett

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £250.00 / $334.00
Size 30 x 23 cm
Ref 21004

Nevermore and Not-Yet

Robin Everett

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Media oil on linseed paper
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price Reserved
Size 39 x 24 cm
Ref 21147


Robin Everett BA (hons) Fine Art

Born in the UK in 1989, Robin Everett was quickly whisked away from verdant pastures to the Middle East where he spent the formative years of his youth, returning annually for a brief respite from the desert. He returned in 2008 to study Painting at Glasgow School of Art, receiving a BA (hons) Fine Art in 2012. Since then Robin has been forging a career as a full-time artist, following his prize-winning* Degree Show with an exhibition at the Candid Arts Trust in London. Robin’s work, hanging in numerous private and corporate collections across the UK, explores the Scottish landscape as it exists in itself, eternally in motion, ever changing: a divine, self-consuming, primal force. The paintings attempt to codify and connect his experiences of this land.
* GSA Landscape Drawing Prize Winner 2012

Press

Robin Everett, already a prize winner, and with work purchased by the Friends of GSA, produced some of the most intelligent landscape painting I’ve seen. They seemed to be composed of a variety of techniques and showed undulating planes, the effect of the wind on the landscape, and could be misty while being also startlingly crisp and lucid in places, having what Francis Bacon admired in a Van Gogh painting, “the violence of the grass”, and achieving that “shorthand of sensation” that was the intention of Bacon himself. It is truly something to marvel at, that the painter can so often give the painting up to the facts of the material, to gamble so often with chance, and yet the painting still coheres; this kind of felicity shows that something is on Robin Everett‘s side.
- New Blood Art

Many of those who do paint lack confidence in the medium. Robin Everett is an exception. His landscape painting is bold and ambitious.
- The Scotsman

Exhibitions

Solo: 2012 Alembic, Art School Union, Glasgow
Group: 2012 The Glasgow School of Art Degree Show, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow
2012 New Firm, Candid Arts Trust, London
2011 Manifesto, Grace and Clark Fyfe Gallery, Glasgow
2010 Dunearn St., Glasgow

Corporate Collections

Glasgow Caledonian University (Spitalfields Campus), London
The Art Store, Glasgow