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United Kingdom Born in: 1986
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Ciaran Robinson's career as an artist has so far, taken him to London's Park Lane, via Brixton and the Houses of Parliament. His first inspiration was East London's street art scene, where he appreciated the culture as an outsider, and was irrevocably drawn to the self-taught art form. Ciaran joined the Royal Navy at age 17, experiencing a career that took him to the Caribbean, South America, Africa and Europe for six-month tours. 

On his return from seeing the world, it was now time for the artist to follow his own compass. Elements of his early techniques can still be seen among the more polished artwork from the studio, through the use of raw materials such as forklift pallets, and other industrial throw-offs. The striking binary between old and new, the raw and the refined, is the major juxtaposition inherent in the work of Ciaran Robinson, now working as Lhouette. His techniques too, originated from self-taught practice -

“I started with a mixed box of old mechanic aerosol paints and scrap sheets of salvaged wooden board. Along with a moody scanner/printer I'd acquired for creating stencils and transfers, I unknowingly at the time, was venturing into pop art realms ... the work was beautifully raw!"

Lhouette strives to retain the raw essence while continuing to develop his practice. Making time to give back to the community is also important to him. Although he has enjoyed a number of sell-out exhibitions within commercial, contemporary galleries, he still looks to encourage the younger generation to express themselves through art. His collaborative project with Brixton's Angell Town Estate in 2016 garnered significant attention from the media and a bespoke piece was hung outside Brixton's Angell Town School in celebration of the successful project. 

In 2017, Lhouette was selected by the art committee of 45 Park Lane, which includes such luminaries as Sir Peter Blake, to exhibit his Post Urban Glamour collection. As one of London's foremost Hotel art venues, 45 Park Lane, is part of The Dorchester Collection. Intricately intertwining lowbrow pop culture iconography and mixed media into a body of work, the collection garnered interest from celebrities, the media and international collectors such as Hollywood star Antonio Banderas, the Khayami Family, the Dorchester Collection, Ronan and Storm Keating, and the world's foremost designer of Formula One, engineering genius Adrian Newey OBE. 

Most recently, Dec 2018, Lhouette was given the opportunity to showcase at one of the worlds most iconic fine art auction houses Christie's London partnering with Purling London chess sets, transforming classic Staunton pieces into a playable contemporary work of art.

Recent press

BBC London News 

Art Industry Magazine 

Fabulist Magazine

Evening Standard

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Lhouette, Angel Cake - Mini, Sculpture


Angel Cake - Mini, 2020
33 x 24 x 1.5 inch


Lhouette, Beautiful Species Blue, Print


Beautiful Species Blue, 2018
38.2 x 23.6 inch


Lhouette, Mass McQueen, Print


Mass McQueen, 2019
56.9 x 21.7 x 1.2 inch


Lhouette, Angel Cake, Painting


Angel Cake, 2020
48 x 36 x 2 inch


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