Mariana Robinson is known as "the colourful artist" and runs her own gallery, The Mariana-Art Gallery and Studio in the pretty village of St. Briavels in the Forest of Dean on the Gloucestershire/South Wales border. Mariana has been teaching watercolour techniques for 20 years now and more recently, Atelier Interactive Acrylics. Her students find her innovative and structured teaching approach both inspirational and rewarding. She is available for talks and demonstrations on a range of painting related subjects "Tropical Flowers", "Landscapes" and "Introduction to Abstract Painting and its history". One day workshops at an Art Club venue have been extremely successful with most clubs booking Mariana many times to teach different subjects and techniques.
Acrylics, Coloured pencils, Drawing, Mixed Media, Oil, Pen And Wash, Pencil/Charcoal, Printing, Watercolour, Watercolour Pencil
Abstract or Experimental, Animal or Wildlife, Flowers or Gardens, Landscape or Woodland Scene, Portrait or Figure, Still Life
Mariana Robinson won her first prize for art at the age of 9, winning an Adrian Hill award, and has continued to win both local and national prizes for painting and writing ever since.