The latest Fine Art Library exhibition is a collaborative show combining works from artist Sarah Robinson and the young artists at Trinity Arthouse – the after-school art club she runs.
This past term the artists have worked on projects that revolve around looking at themselves in micro and macro – from finger-print to family, and wider to our local community.
The key theme has been on what makes each of us unique – our likes and dislikes – but also considering the importance of the role of the family and wider community.
The connection with the work at the Arthouse and Sarah’s personal work is clear. The symbiotic inter-relationship between nature and urban living is a central theme of her work, focusing on the ‘edgelands’ of our city, where town and countryside fray into one another.
For more details about Sarah’s work and Trinity Arthouse go to sarahrobinsonart.co.uk