Ghosts Of Children Past by RobynLee

Canvas Prints


Sizing Information

Small 8.0" x 11.2"
Medium 12.0" x 16.8"
Large 16.0" x 22.4"
X large 20.0" x 28.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching

( Collage on Card Stock)

I used a photo printed on vellum,which has a haunting quality and I put small silhouettes of children under it. I wanted to show a sense of loss,perhaps a small village that was abandoned due to war , poverty,etc.But the spirits of the children who lived and played there lives on..

Canvas Prints

children, ghosts, village, memories

All Products

children, ghosts, village, memories


  • EsmeraldaSaysNo
    EsmeraldaSaysNoalmost 6 years ago

    Spooky! I love it.

  • RobynLee
    RobynLeealmost 6 years ago

    Thanks! I was going to take it down,I’m glad you appreciate it..!

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaalmost 6 years ago


  • Bec Schopen
    Bec Schopenover 5 years ago

    Very cool, I love the technique.

  • fesseldreg
    fesseldregover 5 years ago

    Oh! This is really sad…but rather lovely! :)

  • Yes,I wanted to be sad. Thanks for appreciating it..

    – RobynLee

  • PQRibber
    PQRibberabout 5 years ago

  • Thanks:-)

    – RobynLee

  • Elaine Teague
    Elaine Teaguealmost 5 years ago

    So very creative. Well done. A fave.

  • Thanks so much Elaine!

    – RobynLee

  • Dennis Melling
    Dennis Mellingover 4 years ago

    Love it :)
    You have an epic portfolio of awesome art :0
    I know what you mean about mixing media. I often mix photography, digital art, graphite pencil sketching, coloured pencil sketching and acrylic painting into my pictures :0

  • Yes,I have A.D.D so I’m always trying out new media so I don’t get bored!(lol) Also,it’s fun to vary your art,isn’t it? Thanks so Much for Looking & Happy Holidays:-)

    – RobynLee

  • Dennis Melling
    Dennis Mellingover 4 years ago

    Sorry about the A.D.D. :(
    My wife is a school teacher and regularly comes across this in her children but I should imagine your art must help enormously.
    I really started in art when I was bed bound after a heart operation in 2005. 2006 is when I did most of my acrylic paintings and had some of these exhibited in ‘The Gibraltar Fine Arts Gallery’. Their requests for more helped me over my crisis in life :0
    Merry Christmas

  • Oh that’s Ok; I’ve learned to work around it. I tried taking Ritalin & some other drug but I couldn’t handle the side effects. They do have one for adults now which I’m considering going on,but again,if it has bad side-effects,I don’t know if I’d want to. Yes,art is very therapeutic isn’t it? That’s great that you took it up while recovering from your surgery:-) TC & Keep up the Great Work!

    – RobynLee

  • judyjones
    judyjonesabout 4 years ago

    I love this one Robyn, it is very like the village I live in and I often think of the people who have lived here over the years ( my family have lived here for hundreds of years !)

  • How Fascinating! That’s something we don’t have in America nearly as much since this a new country compared to England & Europe & so many other parts of the world. Also,Americans like to move around alot;for example my parents moved from New York to L.A before I was born & most of my relatives who also lived there have moved to other parts of the country as well. Anyway,I’m really glad you like this work & can relate to it as well:-)

    – RobynLee

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