Alisa Streather-Robinson (b. 1965, Nassau, Bahamas) is a celebrated Bahamian artist and educator, known for her realistic paintings in oil and acrylic. Her work focuses on “Females in different roles in Bahamian Society, children participating in cultural events, flora and fauna and underwater life”. She utilizes a variety of artistic styles and applications including, realism, expressionism, impressionism, colour pencils & soft pastels illustrations and acrylic and oil painting.
Streather-Robinson has received an AA in Visual Communications from Art Institute of Atlanta and a Certification of Education in Secondary Art from the College of the Bahamas. Over the course of her 28+ year artistic career, Streather-Robinson has been the recipient of numerous awards and honours for her work as an artist and educator and has showcased across the region, notably the Ministry of Culture Award for Most Outstanding Art Instructor (2009), Bahamian Women Paint (Freeport Art Centre, 2005) and the Colours of Pride 40th Anniversary of Independence Art Exhibit (2013).