Saturday 21 June – Sunday 6 July
This important exhibition of Rosemary’s recent work will explore landscapes and manmade objects placed within them. Her pared-down pieces are at once beautiful and thought-provoking, as viewers themselves pare down the layers of meaning in her stark palette.
The monochromatic colour palette of these works at first this seems to strip the landscape back to essentials, but this actually adds layers of meaning and ambiguity, particularly regarding the time they were made. These entirely made-up places exist only in the mind of the artist; however, expect to discover landscape paintings of the past in them, in the manner of their proportions and composition.
The pieces are free to view in Gallery 3 for two weeks beginning Saturday 21st June. Ultimately it is the intrinsic beauty of the manmade that is the monumental in them – but, of course, nothing is ever black and white.Categories: Events & Exhibitions, Featured
Tags: Art, Events & Exhibitions, Gallery 3, Painting, Rosemary Taylor