Randy Robinson is a full time artist in Central Texas. He lives with his wife, Jan, and his daughter and her family live on the same homestead property. He paints in his dedicated studio in his country home.

My paintings often depict subjects that are not commonly seen from a particular perspective, which allows me to capture a sense of depth and intrigue in my work. I am fascinated by the power of light and shadow to transform a scene, and I use these elements to create a sense of atmosphere and mood in my paintings.

My artistic vision is heavily influenced by the works of Rembrandt, with a particular interest in capturing unusual views of objects. Through my explorations of multiple painting styles, such as realism, impressionism, and surrealism, I aim to create works that are both strikingly beautiful and thought-provoking.

In my realism works, I strive for accuracy and detail, creating paintings that are true to life and reflect the beauty of the world around us. My impressionist pieces, on the other hand, are more fluid and expressive, capturing the essence of a moment rather than its specific details.

My surrealistic paintings allow me to explore the realm of imagination, creating works that challenge the viewer’s perceptions and offer a glimpse into a world beyond our own. Through my use of color, texture, and composition, I aim to create works that are both visually stunning and thought-provoking.

Ultimately, my goal as an artist is to create paintings that capture the imagination, inspire emotion, and invite the viewer to experience the world in a new, thought-provoking, and meaningful way