Lot 346 - Rosalind Hobley - Dahlias I
Cyanotype on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Rosalind Hobley is an artist living and working in London. She originally trained as a figurative sculptor, and for her portraits and still lifes she works with studio lighting to define shape and form.
She uses the early 19th Century technique of Cyanotype because it allows an extra layer of unpredictability. Brushstrokes, blur and loss of definition are all part of the process. The details recede, and the shape and mass of the subjects enhanced. Her subjects become sculptural and mysterious, floating in the blue.
BA Hons in Fine Art Sculpture from Maidstone College of Art.
Recipient of the Create Church St Grant; LCN Scholarship; awarded first place in the Alternative Processes Series of the 16th Julia Margaret Cameron Award, and an Honourable Mention in the Portrait Series. Prints selected for the RA Summer Exhibition 2021, the 6th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Barcelona 2021, the Turner Contemporary Open 2021 and ‘A Generous Space/Artist Support Pledge’ at Hastings Contemporary 2021-22, and the RA Summer Exhibition 2022. Work featured in ‘Your Daily Photograph’ by Duncan Miller Gallery, The Marginalian, and Colossal website.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
I have submitted two flower studies. A Gardenia and Dahlias. (The beautiful Dahlias are grown by @skylarkflowercompany.)
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