Creative Artist

My Easel and Eye

The desire to create pictures has been with Lynda Robinson for as long as she can remember. As a child, she would while away many hours, sketching with a biro or pencil, or splashing around with a lovely watercolour paintbox that she received for Christmas. Having always been fascinated by blank paper, a trip to the newsagent with her mum was a highlight of the weekly expedition into town. “Whilst other children may have wanted to go into a lolly shop or toy shop, I just wanted to head for the newsagent where I could look at blank sketchbooks

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