David Robinson's sculptures can be both intimate and monumental, demonstrating a great command of media and skill as a figurative artist. His sculptures are juxtapositions of urban architectural settings and the human form encapsulating a modernistic approach to a very classical domain in art -- that of the male nude.
Featuring a new body of work, Robinson's latest exhibition reflect humankind's presence in the city, a place where our existence is so often incidental to the larger visions that fuel its artifice. These works are meant to project a sense of place, connected not only by the bricks and mortar of urban infrastructure, but by the infrastructure of a human community without which a city is no place at all.
Born in Toronto, Ontario in 1964, David Robinson received his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Ontario College of Art in 1987. Since then, David Robinson has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions throughout North America. His work can be found in many public and private collections across Canada.