“Green Mama” is one of Hilda Robinson’s richly evocative paintings (oil pastels) in her recent children’s book, Didn’t We Have Fun!
Didn’t We Have Fun! is a 48-page book (laminated hardcover), depicting Hilda’s memories of her childhood growing up in an urban Philadelphia neighborhood. A delightful book, with 28 illustrations and companion text, it presents a warm, positive message about African-American family life.
It’s a lovely gift for families to share.
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“Girl in Chair” is one of Hilda Robinson’s lovely paintings (oil pastels) in her recent children’s book, Didn’t We Have Fun!
“Four Ladies” (oil pastel) by Hilda Robinson shows four stylish African-American women dressed for church. It is from her new children’s book of memory-based paintings, Didn’t We Have Fun!
“Studying at Table” is another of Hilda’s lovely and richly colored oil-pastel paintings featured in Didn’t We Have Fun!, a book based on memory paintings by Hilda reflecting her childhood growing up in a loving African-American family in a Philadelphia neighborhood.
“Laundry on Lines” is an colorful oil-pastel image by Hilda Robinson – showing a backyard scene with laundry hanging on the lines, two children playing, and neighbors socializing – from her recent children’s book, Didn’t We Have Fun!
“Yellow Couch” is one of Hilda’s oil-pastel paintings, part of a series depicting her memories of growing up in closely-knit family in an urban neighborhood in Philadelphia. This image is one of several dozen featured in her recent children’s book, Didn’t We Have Fun! (Crickhollow Books, July 2012).
Welcome to a new online site featuring the vibrant, colorful paintings of Hilda Robinson.
(This site is developed by Crickhollow Books, publishers of the new book, Didn’t We Have Fun!, a children’s book based on the paintings of Hilda Robinson, exploring her fond memories of a childhood growing up in an African-American neighborhood in Philadelphia. See the link at top for more about Hilda’s book.)