With bold emphatic lines and colors, Jason Robins depicts still lives and figures. Robins’ works recall pop art, the repetition of fish and flowers forms as well as the dynamism of color conveying a very visceral sensation. The viewer is invited to an exuberant experience of pleasure. He studied art at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, and fashion at the Blanche Macdonald Center for Applied Design in Vancouver. Robins has shown and sold his work all over the world from all across Canada, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and South Africa, and has his art in numerous collections. He has been working as an artist doing murals, commissions, shows, and paintings, as well work for television and movies. He has illustrated books, shown his fashions at numerous sellout shows across Canada, as well as involved in numerous charities like Breast Cancer, Food Bank, Heart and Stroke, Camp Circle of Friends, Mackenzie Art gallery, Habitat for Humanity, Hopes Home. His work has been written up in papers and magazines. Robins loves to share his work with people and hopes that they enjoy his work as much as he does. In 2012 he received a Diamond Jubilee medal for his work with Dress for Success, he was also commissioned to create a work of art for Governor General Adrienne Clarkson.