Robin Eley


Robin Eley’s hyper realistic paintings are anything but quiet. Figures on large canvases, draped in cellophane, surrounded by bold geometric shapes, he makes a point to grab your attention. Eley explores the idea of our lives in the modern world through his oil paintings. This idea of wanting to be apart of a community while keeping ourselves isolated, the culture of social media keeps us festering in that lifestyle. The characters in his work show a disconnect of seeing but, not feeling and a contrast of our slightly distorted digital selves versus the real us.

Attack Robin Eley! robineley.com * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram




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Robin Eley’s hyper realistic paintings are anything but quiet. Figures on large canvases, draped in cellophane, surrounded by bold geometric shapes, he makes a point to grab your attention. Eley explores the idea of our lives in the modern world through his oil paintings. This idea of wanting to be apart of a community while keeping ourselves isolated, the culture of social media keeps us festering in that lifestyle. The characters in his work show a disconnect of seeing but, not feeling and a contrast of our slightly distorted digital selves versus the real us.

Attack Robin Eley! robineley.com * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram

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Robin Eley


Robin Eley’s hyper realistic paintings are anything but quiet. Figures on large canvases, draped in cellophane, surrounded by bold geometric shapes, he makes a point to grab your attention. Eley explores the idea of our lives in the modern world through his oil paintings. This idea of wanting to be apart of a community while keeping ourselves isolated, the culture of social media keeps us festering in that lifestyle. The characters in his work show a disconnect of seeing but, not feeling and a contrast of our slightly distorted digital selves versus the real us.

Attack Robin Eley! robineley.com * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram