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Spring Craft Collection 2021: Craft with Local Heart

16 January to 24 April 2021

Spring Craft Collection 2021: Craft with Local Heart

The Spring Craft Collection presents a range of unique, local craft that you won't find anywhere else. Treat yourself to something new for your home or buy gifts for your loved ones. Pop in, browse and shop away from the crowds. You'll be supporting a local gallery and small creative artist businesses if you do, as well as finding something special.

We are delighted present a new collection of ceramics by Rowena Gilbert, Ashley Howard, Alison Proctor and Bryony Rich and new jewellery by Christina Hirst, Emma Leonard and Rachael Plassard and many more.

Rosalinda Kightley

Taking a Shower (UF)

Acrylic

Ref: 107051

36 x 27 cms

£92.00

Rosalinda Kightley

Rosalinda studied Graphic Design at Kingston College of Art in the early eighties, then spent the following few years working as a book designer for the fledgling children's book publisher Walker Books in London. Her design roughs became more and more detailed, leading her art director to question whether she had ever considered illustrating the books herself. So began her next career move as a children's picture book illustrator. Rosalinda then spent the next 30 years illustrating books for Walker Books, Scholastic, Usborne Books, Little Tiger Press, Campbell Books, Harper Collins, Boxer Books to name but a few. recently her work has taken a new direction as a painter. Mainly working in acrylics on board, canvas or paper, different surfaces lending themselves to different moods or subjects. Walking is a very important part of Rosalinda's creative life, with inspiration coming from scenes and sights whilst out in country or urban settings. Ideas will grow whilst ticking off the miles, sometimes arriving fully formed or growing as she puts paint on a surface. Getting immersed in a good book, or atmospheric film can also set off a train of thought that can lead to a new piece of work.

Rosalinda works from her studio in her home in Guildford.

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