Gordon W Robertson

Mixed media artist
My work brings together the printmaker’s craft with age-old intaglio metalworking techniques to produce surface pattern as a tactile three dimensional form. I work mainly in pewter, its versatility perfectly suits the message I hope to evoke in my work, be it jewellery, tableware or surfaces.
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Q:Hello Gordon, Will you deliver to Taiwan? Adele
Asked by Adele Corry about 'Red Chrysanth' Etched & Glazed pewter Cufflinks on 03 February 2014
A:Hi Adele Will check postal costs for recorded/signed for and get back to you shortly, I'm sure its possible. Best regards Gordon
Answered by Gordon W Robertson on 03 February 2014
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Q: What is your favourite colour?A: BlueQ: Who first inspired you to start making/ creating and what words of advice did they give you?A: Robin Phillips, Andy Warhol, Eduardo Paolozzi and Charles Rennie Mackintosh - "There is hope in honest error, none in the icy perfections of the mere stylist"Q: Where and when do you most like to work?A: In my studio and doodling in front of the telly at home till very late.Q: Which season of the year most inspires you?A: SpringQ: What can't you work without?A: My Technics SL-1210 MK 2 record decks.Q: Whose work do you most admire?A: Bronzino, Richard Wright, William Morris and John Waters. Q: What is your favourite piece of fiction and why?A: Wilkie Collins - No Name...crackin thriller, atmospheric and way ahead of its time...The Gormenghast Trilogy comes in a close second.Q: What do you do to relax?A: Drink incredibly expensive white port and watch all the early St Trinian films.Q: Describe your artistic style in 3 words. A: Graphic, Patterned, Intense.

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I'm working on getting warm.... my studio is like a big fridge when it gets cold....so I'm at home drawing and enjoying all the old St Trinian Films....the best box set available to man and his kin xx 

  • Aye, tis freezin up in old Aberdeen too Gordon, yer work looks lovely, big snogs Sheila xxx
    Commented by Gordon W Robertson on 09 February 2012

  • Ta Hen xx
    Commented by Gordon W Robertson on 09 February 2012