If you are interested in seeing how this etching, "Fogbound on the Great Canadian Highway", was produced, click on the etching or "The Process" in the menu.




  Michael Robinson questioned history's path to the future through juxtaposed images, fragments of time and by taking the viewer on an immense journey without a beginning or an end. Surreal landscapes come alive and the human realm is easily metamorphosed into the animal and the spiritual ones.
  Michael Robinson wrote; "There is a great mystery hiding in the shadows of the every day world, weaving in out of what is real and what man thinks is real.
I find myself drawn to the need to record this ever moving mystery, not to dissect it or label it, just to touch it with my brush or my words."


Ontario Crafts Council Gallery
990 Queen St. W., Toronto
Talking Earth and Flying Fish
March 5th to 29th, 2009
Opening Reception:
Thursday, March 5th, 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Information in pdf file


Art Gallery of Northumberland
November 17, 2007 to January 5, 2008

 Michael Robinson:
Great Canadian Highway