News and Events

Robinson Studio Gallery Culture Crawl Reception

Fri, 2007-11-16

Robinson Studio Gallery will be holding a public reception on Friday November 16, 5-10 PM. This event is part of the East Side Culture Crawl.

Robinson Studio

Robinson Studio Gallery Open

Tue, 2007-05-01

Launch of the Robinson Studio Gallery. Available by appointment, the gallery will be an ongoing local venue by which consultants, art dealers, and individual collectors may view the work of Canadian sculptor David Robinson.

The Robinson Studio Gallery is located in suite 440 of the 1000 Parker Street Terminals, a hub of visual arts culture in Vancouver, BC.

Robinson Studio

Permanent gallery space for work to be opened

Fri, 2006-12-01

Robinson Studios has just acquired an 800 ft space in 1000 Parker St. to house a permanent gallery for David Robinson’s work.  We hope to have an opening event early in 2007.  Please check back for event details, and contact us if you would like to be added to the mailing list.

Maquettes and Lesser Digressions

Sat, 2006-07-15

David Robinson is currently completing a new series of pieces for inclusion in Maquettes and Lesser Digressions , which opens July 15, 2006 at the Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art in Calgary, AB.

Public Art Works

Mon, 2006-05-15

This year David has created two new public art works (see Commissioned Work) in conjunction with Polygon Homes of Vancouver, and the City of Richmond.

Public Art Work

Photo by Ian Bauer

New Works by Sculptor David Robinson

Sat, 2003-11-29

In this exhibition of seven new works, David Robinson has enlarged and reworked earlier maquettes such as Device and Desire, Font, and Arc into more fully realized versions. Remaining true to their inspired maquettes, these works command a powerful presence and impact at their new scale.

Binary Vision

Tue, 2003-04-01

David's latest work, was recently scaled up to this life-size version from a 23" plaster maquette designed for a new home in Vancouver's Coal Harbour. Confronted with the spatial and material problem of an entire wall of mirror glass incorporating a 180 degree view of the city, this figure uses the mirror's doubling effect to singular advantage. Standing astride the line between real and illusory space, the figure coheres in the mind upon contact with its own reflection. Gazing at this piece which itself appears to scan the horizon, one is both drawn into its illusion and compelled by its redirection.