Janet Mary Robinson is a painter and natural history illustrator. Born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Janet’s love of nature and art inspired her to study Scientific and Natural History Illustration at Blackpool & the Fylde School of Art, where she gained a distinction. She now lives on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, and this beautiful area of NW England forms the inspiration for many of her paintings. Her paintings are featured in private collections worldwide and she has exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the UK. You can view Janet’s work in her gallery, and purchase available originals in her online shop.
Janet’s work as a natural history illustrator has taken her to many interesting places, notably Madagascar. She has worked on several illustration and environmental education projects which you can view in her illustration gallery. If you are interested in commissioning an illustration or would like to find out more about her illustration work you can read more about the process of commissioning artwork here.
Janet runs art classes open to people of all abilities, as well as offering one to one art tuition, demonstrations and workshops. New members are always welcome, space permitting. Find out more about the classes here.