Robin Richmond    


Gallery of Images

The Storm Tree
A limited edition, artist's book for people of all ages.  Each book is numbered and signed by the artist.

The little boy for whom The Storm Tree was written would have been 25 years old on March 6th, 2006, the date of publication of this book.  Rather than being a melancholy event for its creator, its appearance in print is a source of great joy.  Celebratory of life, the tale - a quarter of a century in the writing and the painting - is a personal hymn to freedom and love. The thrill of living out one's dreams and escaping the confines of the earth for the domain of air is a fantasy shared by many of us and is one strand in the story.  Magical transformation of the self is yet another powerful theme.  But the strongest thread woven into this fable is the conviction that it is passion and compassion that make us human, frail, flawed and ultimately good.

Read the review by Kate Kellaway from the London Observer, April 16th, 2006.        Review

The book is 46 pages, containing 23 images and a double sized endpaper (see below).  All images are watercolour on paper, 35.5 x 50 cm.  
A deluxe linen-slip cased edition, complete with a unique monotype entitled Storks Dancing in Wild Air, is also available from the gallery.
The originals were exhibited at the Curwen and New Academy Gallery, March 22-April 22, 2006.

For further details, and sales enquiries relating to the originals, please email me

Email the artist to order the book direct by post at 19.50/ $39 / 29, plus post and packing

Endpapers from the book, watercolour on paper, 70 x 50 cm.


    Robin Richmond, 2017