My name is Jaime Robinson, I grew up in a family of art loving people with well defined artistic abilities. Because of this I am able to do artworks in many mediums and frames. I hope you enjoy viewing my works, and thank-you for taking the time.
Biography: I was born in Brisbane, in the Royal Women’s Hospital, in October of 1989. My father was in the army up until I was nine, so I never really saw much of him as a child. My mother was always at home, good thing she was, and I was always having accidents. I moved around a lot when I was a child, so I never really got anywhere with friendships and relationships. I learned not to get too attached after awhile. I have two older brothers and one older sister, Mark now twenty-seven, Adam now twenty-five, and Rebecca now twenty-three. My parents spilt up when I was eleven years old. I blamed myself at first, then started to realise they can't stay together if they don't love each other and can't be faithful let alone truthful. My father met someone new, which wasn’t really all that bad, even through we don’t get along very well. I could never talk to my father, and since my brothers and sister eventually moved out to live with my mother, I was left alone with no one to talk to and no one who would know the truth or tell me the truth. I ended up running away to live with my mother, and what a lot of good that did. I now pretty much hate her, but hate is a strong word. I more of less feel like I'm not even her child, and I would be glad if I wasn't. My dad eventually got me back home after about three months, and I hated him for it. I have been filled with hate and anger ever since and I started taking it out on myself. I have always been an emotional person but when I came to Newcastle in New South Wales, I was completely cut-off from my mother and brothers and sister. Now also cut-off from my niece and nephew who are both four years old, and I've never have met them. Having no one to talk to and no body who knew what i went through and no one who would listen has always been the hardest part. I started abusing my body when I was twelve, smoking and drinking. When I was in high school in year eleven I started cutting and having suicidal thoughts. I would dream up a horrible way to die. I also realised at that time that I was bisexual. You can imagine the massive problems all this brought up. Through all of the things I have been through most people are surprised to see I'm quite normal when they meet me. I keep most things to myself, though it all shows in my artworks, everything private becomes an illustration, something for everyone to pry into and rip apart till every last brush stroke, every last line is understood, and every last drop of blood is drained out. I believe in many things, many rights and the idea of free speech. I believe we as humans have killed the Earth beyond repair. I believe solar power and education should be free. I believe that something beautiful can and will come out of something ugly, that something destructive can be turned into something harmless, and that everyone deserves a second chance. I believe that everyone will lose someone, and everyone has lost someone, whether they realise it or not. I believe you cannot argue one point without there being some flaw in the argument, the argument must reference all sides and to do that the argument must be held conjointly against itself, forcing it to be flawed and continually argued to a point where it becomes meaningless, and no longer an argument. I believe everyone should be equal, no matter the skin colour or culture or any other factor. AND I believe that you cannot change a person so do not try and judge me because in any case I just won't care what anyone says, I like who I am and I have spent the past seven years shaping myself so that I can look in the mirror every morning. MOST of all I believe that I will never find the perfect someone because everyone has flaws; you can't expect them not too.
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