Rosebay uses acrylic marker to produce big, bold canvases, drawing on elements of pop art, graffiti art and cartography to celebrate the hidden corners of the natural world.
Exhibiting in 2021
Rosebay started painting in 2009, inspired by the Sydney coastline.
Informed by her background in biology, her work incorporated abstracted natural forms, from forest canopies to tiny sea creatures. After an exhibition in Sydney, her return to the UK brought a fresh palette of increasingly vibrant colours and a move to tightly-focussed micro-landscapes.
The shoreline remains a huge inspiration and, appropriately, her most recent exhibitions were in Aldeburgh and Saltburn-by-the-Sea.
This is the first year that Rosebay has exhibited at York Open Studiosrosebayart.com
25 Turners Croft,
Coming from Tadcaster, enter the village with church on the right. Approx 200 yards beyond, also on the right you will see the open garage doors with balloons hanging. If you get to the red telephone box on the left, you have gone too far.