Rosie Burns is to present her fifth solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, printmaking and sculpture at the Harbour House gallery in Kingsbridge this autumn.
A major part of this year’s collection, titled Digressions, is inpired by life drawing, with responses in printmaking and ceramics.
A keen traveller who enjoys painting on location, Rosie also shows paintings from La Graciosa, the volcanic island off the northern tip of Lanzarote, and works produced on Mull, Iona and the Scottish Highlands.
Rosie describes herself as an obsessive creative, a constant collector and gatherer of visual information which feeds continously into her varied portfolio.
Since settling in North Devon, she has established herself as an active member of the local arts community, being involved with several artists’ co-operatives as well as the renowned Appledore Visual Arts Festival and the Bideford Bay Creatives.
Rosie Burns’ Digressions is at Harbour House from September 21 until October 3. Admission is free. Rosie will explain more about her work and her travels in an informal gallery talk on September 25 at 11am. Find out more on the Harbour House website.