Check out the latest stories in which my work is featured.
3X3 THREE MINUTES, THREE QUESTIONS EDWARD, JANA & ETHAN ROBISON
June 30, 2017
“Art matters, especially during times of uncertainty,” Jana Robison says. “I think many of us feel anxious about the future and need to express that through our art forms. We, also, need to see hope and our connectedness expressed in art, music, film, etc. I feel art will help us to overcome the obstacles ahead.”
Coffee, Beer And Virtual Art: Brews reopens, but art show remains online for now
May 30, 2020
Janalee Robison Digital Painting I gather inspiration from countless visual sources, ranging from movies, artists and travel to toys, advertisements and fashion catalogs. When I was young, I remember being enthralled by the tight composition, curvilinear shapes and bold coloring in the works of Thomas Hart Benton, qualities which have greatly influenced my work to this day. I was also mystified by the Spanish surrealist painter, Remedios Varo, whose narrative, dreamlike imagery was unlike anything I had been exposed to before. She had created what I wished I had dared to draw myself. Presently, I find myself most drawn to my fellow pop surrealists. Pop surrealism nods to pop culture, has a whimsical and playful nature, and often combines humor and the bizarre.
FAMILY JUGGLES CAREERS… AND MULTIPLE OBJECTS
April 4, 2013
The artwork of Edward and Janalee Robison and their son, Ethan, are well-represented around Eureka Springs. Edward is a nature and landscape photographer. Janalee is an artist. Both have been represented on the Eureka Springs Art Wall. Ethan, besides being Eureka Springs’ most famous 11-year old juggler, is also a photographer. The Robisons own and operate Sacred Earth Gallery on US 62 West.