Kate Robinson ARBS


1989: Ba (Hons) Fine Art, Glasgow School of Art

2002: PhD Classics & Humanities Computing, Glasgow University/Glasgow School of Art

Solo Exhibitions

2007 Sculpture and Paintings, Galerie Landertinger Wagner, Salzburg, Austria

2005 The Big Game, Hughson Gallery, Glasgow.

2001 Theatre of Memory, Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

1993  Aphrodite on the Beach, Bournemouth Art Gallery and Museum.

1990  In Ms Artistotle’s Garden, Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery.


Selected Group Exhibitions:

2007 New Hall Biennial, Cambridge UK; Paradise, Berlin, Germany

2006 The Magic of the Ball, Berlin, Germany

2005  Wild Dogs, Copenhagen, Denmark
           The Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow

2004 Art: 2004, London; Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow
          De Spelerij, Dieren, The Netherlands
           Reciprocal Earth, Fold Gallery, Kirkby Steven

2003  Flight, East-side Gallery, Berlin
           Snowcase, Fold Gallery, Kirkby Steven

2002  Ice sculpture, Nice, France

2000 Jesus,The Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Gaia, George Square, GlasgowNeptune, Lowestoft, Norfolk

1999 Father Sun and Mother Moon, Zhoushan Island, China
The Green Man, Dick Institute, Kilmarnock
          The Fisherman, Hardelot, France
           Woman and Man, George Square, Glasgow.

1998  Word and Image, The Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
           The Mothership, Fairbanks, Alaska

1997  Mountain World II, San Diego, USA
           Buddha, Tranem, Denmark

1996  Dream, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
           Mountain, Copenhagen, Denmark

McClean Art Gallery & Museum, Greenock

1995  Next? Artists, Residencies and Hospitals, City Arts Centre, Edinburgh, Smith
           Art Gallery & Museum, Stirling and Lillie Art Gallery, Glasgow

1992  Angel, Two person exhibition with Jack Vettriano, Mall Galleries, London

The Gallery Upstairs, Henley in Arden

1991  Twentieth Century Sculpture, Millfield, Somerset
            Fine Art Society, Glasgow

            Gillian Jason Gallery, London

1990   Society of Women Artists, Royal Scottish Academy, invited artist    

Public Commissions:

2006 Processional Crosses,oak, ash, silver, gold, string and resin, St   Mary’s Church, Calton, Glasgow

2005 Brother Walfrid, 3m10cm x 2m60cm X 2m60cm., bronze and granite, Celtic Football Club.

2000 Scotus College Cruciform, 1m 90cm x 1 m40cm x 30cm,  resin, rags and gold leaf, National Seminary for Scotland.

1999 Cowan’s Corner Sculpture Garden, 1m80cm x 1m x1m, aluminium, mosaic and bronze, Greenock Town Centre.

1986 The Movement of Fluids, 1m10cm x 60 cmx60 cm bronze, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.



2007: Real Streams: Hildegard of Bingen’,The State of the Real, ed. Damian Sutton, Ray Mackenzie and Sue Brind, (Tauris). In press.

2006: A Search for the Source of the Whirlpool of Artifice(Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press, 2006). 154pp.

2005: ‘Making Brother Walfrid’, (Celtic Football Club Supporters’ Association, 2005).

‘The Celestial Streams of Giulio Camillo’, History of Science, 43 (2005) 321-41.

2004: Reciprocal Earth, poems and images published as a set of 6 postcards; Fold Gallery, Kirkby Steven.
____. ‘The Psalmist’ (short version) The Guardian Review, 18.09.04.
          ‘The Psalmist’, Modern Painters, Autumn: 22-23.
 ____ ‘Power and Persuasion in the Theatre of Camillo’, Power and Persuasion: Sculpture in its Rhetorical Context,ed. Urszula Szulakowska(Warsaw: Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2004) 37-48.

2003: ‘Fame with Tongue’, Reformation and Renaissance Review, 6 (2004) 107-123.2003:    Truman, J.; Robinson, K., Evans A.L., Smith, D.; Cunningham, L.;Millward, R.; Minnis, H.: ‘The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study of a new computer version of the self-report scale’, European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 12: 9-14.
Robinson, K., ‘Giulio Camillo and L’idea del Theatro’, E-Sharp: Online Journal.

1999     ____, ed., Tall Ships, Short Stories, (Greenock: Greenock Tall Ships, 1999).

1997     Jacobsen, Fay W., ed., Living with Loss, (London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997).

1995     ____, ed., Ae Fon Kiss, (Glasgow: Project Ability, 1995).

1990     ____, K., In Ms. Aristotle’s Garden, (Glasgow: Glasgow Museum & Art Gallery).

Work in Collections:

Celtic Football Club

Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde

Contemporary Art Society, London

Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

National Seminary for Scotland

National Space Science Centre. Leicester

New Hall, University of Cambridge

Southampton City Art Gallery

St Mary’s Calton, Glasgow

Private collections in UK, Europe and USA.


2004        Guardian/Modern Painters’ Prize for Writing on Art

1998        Sciart Shortlist: Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

1992        McColl Arts Foundation, 1st Prize

1989        John Keppie Award for Sculpture

1986        Weir Pumps Centenary Award


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