Rose Rose PhD Fine ArtArtist
English landscape is covered in enmeshed boundaries: some are relics of former partition whilst others are political in character hiding a historical interface between diverse ethno-cultural groups. The origins of such boundaries can be uncertain and controversial and may pre-date the drawing up of Magna-Carta or the Charter of the Forests .The 'Lines in the Landscape '  [15 works] presents imagery [via the inclusion of diverse scripts,maps and texts] suggesting seemingly invisible demarcations that may have far reaching consequences.Figures are presented from motifs of Classical Mythology [via local Devonshire Medieval Tapestries] merged with contemporary figures.
|Location||Unstone, Derbyshire + Sheffield Studio:, East Midlands|
|Artforms||Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Research, Unclassified|
|Tags||Rural Psychogeography, Narratology, Cultural Memory, Issue Based work, 'A piece of Nature' [Wittgenstien]., Classical Mythology, Devonshire Tapestry motifs, Contemporary Migration concepts, Asian Heritage|
News & Events
'Scapes Exhibition: Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford.
Work from current/new series 'Lines in the Landscape' : January-March 2015. Details from : email@example.com www.staffordshire.gov.uk/arts
ART LANGUAGE LOCATION http://artlanguagelocation.org
Exhibition I applied for but was rejected, so only offered website inclusion.
SALE OF WORK.
Many works from the early 1980 -2014 available to purchase : http://www.roserose.co.uk CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
PORTRAIT OF A LANDSCAPE.  Tabernacle Gallery, Notting Hill Gate, London. W11 2AY
02/06/2014 – 08/06/2014
The Tabernacle Gallery, 34-3, Powis Square,NottingHill Gate,London W11 2AY
June 2-8 2014 ; ARTIST CULTURE ZONE -The Tabernacle, 34 Powis Square London W11 2AY Curated by Siobhan G Reyd. [see own website for sale details and statement on the work].
OPEM Exhibition: Lincolnshire. Website inclusion.
02/05/2014 – 01/05/2015
The Collection Museum website
Work send but not included in show.Available on: http://www.thecollectionmuseum.com/?/exhibitions-and-events/gallery/opem3-opem-file
Barbican Arts Group Trust: website inclusion.
Submitted proposal rejected in February 2014 but PORTRAIT OF A LANDSCAPE included on their website: [available to visiting curators via Sharon van Heck: Company No. 06355408 Charity No. 1120918]