Sam (aka LymphomaLass) Robson

  • I'm international selling artist via print-to-order. My life experiences have prompted me to specialise in creating 2d art promoting wellbeing for those who love special people, places, pets and possessions. As well as working in my home studio, inspired by nature I paint sat on rocks part way up Cumbrian fells I walk with my husband, despite having suffered five collapsed vertebrae during treatment for blood cancer.

    Artworks

    • Oppies at Trearddur Bay
    • "Oppies at Trearddur Bay" was inspired by my desire to share joyful memories of summer escapades by the sea through my art. Here, optimist dinghies are sailing at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey on the North Wales coast. The piece was created using Daniel Smith watercolours, including one paint containing genuine Lapis Lazuli! Enjoy!
    • Three Seabird half rater sail boats heading out in a race at Trearddur Bay
    • "Three Seabird half rater sail boats heading out in a race at Trearddur Bay" was inspired by a lovely day in early August 2022 when I sat and sketched the end of sail training race run by the Trearddur Bay Sailing Club, Anglesey on the North Wales coast. The piece was created using Daniel Smith watercolours, including one paint containing genuine Lapis Lazuli! Enjoy!
    • Two Mirrors in Porth Diana
    • "Two Mirrors in Porth Diana" is a watercolour inspired by the sail training provided by some of the volunteers of the Trearddur Bay Sailing Club early each August. It's an excellent initiative, ensuring that the younger members of the sailing club receive a thorough training in how to sail safely in this part of the North Sea coast. In this scene, two Mirror sailing dinghies sail into Porth Diana after a successful morning's training. In August 2021, I sat on a rock above Porth Diana sketching the dinghies as they sailed in and taking photos. Painting this brought me happy memories of when my brother and I shared a Mirror dinghy called Mini Melon. That was before the wonderful sail training initiative was started, so we learned how to sail from our father, first on his GP dinghy and then his seabird half-rater. That August day in 2021 was a lovely sunny one, and in front of me was a blissfully peaceful scene of happy activity. Enjoy!
    • Four RS Fevas: Sailing Dinghies Racing at Trearddur Bay
    • "Four RS Fevas: Sailing Dinghies Racing at Trearddur Bay" was inspired by a lovely day in early August 2022 when I sat and sketched the end of sail training race run by the Trearddur Bay Sailing Club, Anglesey on the North Wales coast. The RS Fevas are a double handed sailing dinghy class, giving exciting performance with modern styling, and they're great fun to watch too. The piece was created using Daniel Smith watercolours, including one paint containing genuine Lapis Lazuli! Enjoy!
    • Derwentwater and Lords Island in the Lake District
    • "Derwentwater and Lords Island in the Lake District" was created on a glorious sunny day in July 2022. Britain was basking in a heat-wave and I was missing my husband. He'd gone home to help his parents after his father had a fall, and it had turned out to be Covid. So, while he isolated from me, I went on walks on my own to paint. Thankfully, everyone in the family has now recovered. I love this spot on the Derwent foreshore, where the geese fly in to land on the lake and then have a little swim about. Enjoy!  
    • The Lonely Snowman looks across Derwentwater in the Lake District
    • "The Lonely Snowman looks across Derwentwater in the Lake District" was started at the beginning of the year, but only competed on the last day of October 2022. It was created using Daniel Smith pigment-rich watercolours and was inspired by a scene in Crow Park I photographed late November 2021. There'd been an unexpected snowfall and some of the children in Keswick had taken advantage of it to make snowmen. But sunset was approaching, the air was cooling fast and this particular snowman had been left to his own thoughts. The scene resonated with me in the same way as the famous Judy Garland Christmas song "Have yourself a merry little Christmas". People often say: "Christmas is for Children". I remember one Christmas when I was very young when my brother and I played in the snow after opening presents. It was a magical day, full of love, the kind of memory that's a comfort later in life. For many adults the reality of Christmas is often quite different. It can be full of awkward compromises with family members, toiling away over the turkey dinner, the little gestures that communicate our low priority ranking or wistful memories of those we miss. But in the words of that famous Christmas song, "someday soon we all will be together" so let's at least enjoy the view.
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