The studio in Willingham where work takes place - from strtching the canvases to painting and creating.
July Open Studios
In 2010, after completing a successful year of the Foundation in Fine Art, Rosemary continued studying. She embarked on a three-year degree course at the Cambridge School of Art, as part of Anglia Ruskin University. Graduating successfully with a BA (Hons) distinction, in 2013, she rented a studio and started painting. Acceptance of a work, and subsequent sale, at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, was a tremendous boost.
More studying followed – post graduate work, plus residencies in various parts of the country. A course in Florence in 2016 was inspirational, and another acceptance at the RA Summer Exhibition 2018, followed by immediate sale, meant a move to Willingham to a home with a great studio from which she could work full time
Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, February 2012 – Title: Heterotopia
Norwich Assembly House, August 2012
Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, June 2013 – Title: A Muse
Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge, September 2013 – Degree Show
Kings Lynn Art Centre, 2014. Title: Eastern Open
Two Days in Spring – Cambridge - own studio exhibition in 2014
Two Days in Winter – Cambridge - own studio exhibition 2014
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 2014
Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. Title: Poles Apart, July 2015
Barn Studio, Willingham, Cambridge. Summer 2016
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2018
Barn Studio - Cambridge Open Studio 2018
Fen Ditton Gallery, Cambridge. Open Studios - Summer 2020
Fen Ditton Gallery - Seeing Red - Exhibition Summer 2020
My work is a journey through painting with oils and continues to develop and evolve manifesting itself in the shift from representation to abstraction.
'What has gone before, leads to what comes later'