About Alexandra Robb

Alex is an artist/illustrator living in Twickenham, West London. She has had a lifelong interest in natural history and ecology and has chosen the natural world as the subject of her work.

Alex undertakes commissions in both watercolour and pen and ink.

She is also a keen writer and has written and illustrated two children’s books. She produces text for exhibition and display graphics, working closely with exhibition and graphic designers.

For the past 15 years Alex has helped manage the lovely Crane Park Island Nature Reserve in Twickenham for the London Wildlife Trust. She has helped develop the Shot Tower Nature and Visitor Centre as a permanent exhibition space and education centre.

Alex’s favourite painter is Albrecht Durer

Training and Qualifications:

Dip Ad Fine Art -Chelsea School of Art
BTEC (hons) Illustration - Chelsea School of Art
City and Guilds 7307 Teaching certificate
2 Royal Horticultural Society medals for botanical painting