Rubbing Walls – Rosalind Lawless

646$

‘New collage that applies the recurring methods of found material used in an unconventional way. The process of placement onto surfaces and then contrasting with cutting out and overlaying of different substrates was again extremely exciting and the finding out that came from this process is critical in my progression.’

Relief, collaged with acetate, acrylic and oil pastel on somerset satin

Dimensions: 30cm x 39cm

Limited Edition of 1

Only 1 left in stock

All prints are sold unframed unless otherwise stated. More details in 'Additional Information' below.

SKU: RLA004 Categories: ,
 

Description

About the Artist

Graduating with a Masters of Fine Art from Royal College of Art, permanent collections include Stirling university, PATHFOOT, Aberdeen Art Gallery and Pallant House Gallery and Museum. Most recently shortlisted for the Anna Lobner Dusseldorf award and awarded a scholarship for the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts Salzburg and the Bet Low Award.

Rosalind’s practice is strongly influenced by her immediate surroundings. She uses commonplace imagery to organise the pictorial space, using forms that occupy and give perspective within the substrate. She continues to explore the imagined and observed within architecture through the process of Layering, repetition, cut-outs, washout and transforming. The detail and form within architecture, intricate lines, structures and vast space are continually explored in her work.

 

Additional information

Dimensions 30 × 39 cm
Artists / Collectives

Year

2020

Total Edition Number

1

Paper Stock

410gsm Somerset Satin

Techniques

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