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Susanne Robinson Fine Art

How We Knew

How We Knew

Regular price $850.00 USD
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This textural painting enfolds both the past and the future in its many rich layers!

Nowadays we consult Google for information, but I recall a time when we sifted through news archives on microfiche at the library. I located some vintage microfiche and collaged it into this painting, along with a corner of a receipt I kept from my many travels to Japan. The microfiche is meant to represent recorded history, while the receipt marks the passage of time in the way that we tend to recall it: as a progression of specific transactions and events. Their inclusion in an abstract setting reflects how past moments collectively inform our future paths and possibilities.

The neutral, clean, cream and blue composition has a distinctly modern flair, ideal for collectors of contemporary abstract art seeking depth and narrative in their collection.

"How We Knew" is a mixed media (acrylic, oil pastel, microfiche) painting that measures 21.5" x 25.5" framed. It will arrive in a white wood float frame, ready to hang. It is signed on the back to accommodate hanging in different orientations.

Shipping & Handling

Domestic shipping starts at:

  • $50 for small paintings (up to 20"x20")
  • $100+ for medium paintings (up to 36" x 36")
  • $150+ for large paintings (over 36" x 36")

If you provide me with your shipping address, I'm happy to send exact shipping costs. If you require overseas shipping, please contact me at: with your requirements, and I’ll provide shipping rates and delivery times.

Care Instructions

All my art is sealed with UV-protective varnish that also resists moisture. To protect the vibrancy and longevity of your artwork, it is best to keep it out of direct sunlight and high humidity environments such as walls next to showers.

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Each piece has a significance and meaning to my life, and I would love nothing more than to share it with you.