Robin Paris obtained a foundation degree in Art and Design from Wolverhampton Polytechnic in 1980. This was followed in 1983 by a Diploma in Integrated Design at Ealing College of Higher Education. In 2006 she gained a PGCE at Plymouth University.

She has lived in Cornwall since 1992, working from her Bodmin moor studio and exhibiting not only locally, but across the UK and abroad. She runs resist-dyeing and natural dyeing courses and workshops for adults, schools and community groups, as well as historical and arts organisations.

She has undertaken a number of research projects related to ecology, the environment and, more specifically, analysing patterns built into the Bodmin moor landscape over the centuries. Her artwork has been reproduced in several books, magazines and exhibition catalogues.


Painting, textiles

works and access

Her artworks are held in public collections including the Royal Cornwall Hospital, and in private collections across Britain and internationally.


1994: Batik Guild UK