Old Goulburn Bridge (Seymour) No. 1 by Lynda Robinson

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Old Goulburn Bridge (Seymour) No. 1 by 

Sizing Information

Small 11.5" x 8.0"
Medium 17.2" x 12.0"
Large 22.9" x 16.0"
X large 28.7" x 20.0"


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Pastel on sanded paper (Colourfix Burgundy) – full sheet 70cm x 50cm

Another painting of the old historic Goulburn Bridge at Seymour in Victoria, Australia.

Featured in the Bridges group – February 2009
Winner of the ‘Landmarks of your Area’ challenge in Handpainted & Drawn Buildings and Architecture and featured in that group – June 2009
Featured in the Timber & Water group – July 2009
2nd Place in Landmark Landscapes Challenge in Painters in Modern Times – Jan 2010
Artist of the Month Award in Painters Universe – June 2011
Featured in Exquisition – January 2012

I am a pastel artist living in country Victoria, Australia. My subjects vary, ranging from landscapes, portraiture, animal studies, figurative, life drawing, still life and I find the challenge of painting water particularly enjoyable.

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  • Roachelle Playle
    Roachelle Playleover 6 years ago


  • Thanks Roachelle

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Jim Phillips
    Jim Phillipsover 6 years ago

    I truly marvel at your detail with pastels. Really impressed.

  • Thanks Jim. Sometimes I think I am too much of a stickler for detail, but my brain won’t let my fingers stop until it is ready!!!!

    – Lynda Robinson

    GEORGE SANDERSONover 6 years ago

    Another wonderful piece, Lynda !!
    I’m with Jim on this, your pastel work is amazing

  • Good to hear from you George, and thanks for being so kind to me.

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Alleycatsgarden
    Alleycatsgardenover 6 years ago

    stunning – look at the greens in the water – and the trees – amazing mastery of colour

  • Thanks ACG! I’m really thrilled you noticed the greens – I find green is the most difficult colour to render because there are so many variations!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Hidemi Tada
    Hidemi Tadaover 6 years ago

    variety of green. how can you catch trees so well? I can’t make trees like you. i am jealous.

  • You know how much I value your comments Hidemi. You are one of the artists I really admire on RB and I know you can do trees!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Helen Miles
    Helen Milesover 6 years ago

    Gorgeous Robbo! Beautifully framed with trees.

  • Thanks Milesey. You are a great friend!

    – Lynda Robinson

  • Ciska
    Ciskaover 6 years ago

    Beautiful colours tone and detail!!!

  • Lynda Robinson
    Lynda Robinsonover 6 years ago

    Thank you very much indeed Ciska.

  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanover 6 years ago

    amazing detail – I am astounded at the detail you produce with pastels…they must be very pointed? I always thought they were quite thick ended. This is wonderful art.

  • Lynda Robinson
    Lynda Robinsonover 6 years ago

    I am smiling at you Linda – No they are not pointed! I use the sides and sharp edges of broken bits. The first thing I do with a new pastel is get those wrappers off and break it into pieces. You can get the details by smudging and manipulating the pastel with your fingers paper stumps. I also use pastel pencils for some of the finer details in portraits.

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