The Palace Art Fair
Renée Pfister Art & Gallery Consultancy
is delighted to present Rozanne Hawksley's new work Look on small beautiful Things, at the Palace Art Fair, Booth 4
Thursday 16th May 2013 6.00pm - 8.30pm (ticket only)
Friday 17th May 2013 12am - 8.30pm
Saturday 18th May 2013 11am - 5.30pm
Sunday 19th May 2013 11am - 5.30pm
London SW6 6EA
Culture Colony Film
Rozanne talks about her influences and ways of working in her attic studio in Newport, Pembrokeshire, plus her exhibition 'Offerings' is hung and exhibited at Ruthin Craft Centre, in this new film by Pete Telfer at Culture Colony.
Culture Colony Y Wladfa Newydd, is a cultural networking service designed to showcase creative expression. The website is evolving as a tool for practising artists to use and exploit but equally it is also an access to cultural content for anyone who has an interest in creative ideas.
To view the film please visit; http://www.culturecolony.com/videos?id=1477
'Offerings' at Mission Gallery
16 January -
6 March 2010 Mission Gallery is pleased to host this Ruthin Craft Centre Exhibition, the first major solo retrospective exhibition by Rozanne Hawksley. Though she works predominantly in textiles and embroidery, there is nothing soft about the work of Rozanne Hawksley. Her extraordinary art covers the great themes of life - love and loss, war and suffering, isolation and the abuse of power by focusing in on intimate details of what they mean to a specific individual. Her installations combine poignant materials - a faded glove, a lily, a photograph or fragment of chiffon to make a powerful, reflective point. As the book by Mary Schoeser issued to accompany the exhibition details, this is an artist of major significance whose story is all the more remarkable for her only coming to national prominence twenty years ago when she was already in her fifties. Entitled 'Offerings', this exhibition is the first solo show devoted to Rozanne Hawksley. Dealing as it does with major themes that affect everyone, it will be an unparalleled chance to see the thought provoking, yet unnervingly beautiful work of this remarkable artist.
A Ruthin Craft Centre Exhibition curated by June Hill
Open daily 11am - 5pm, admission free
Mission Gallery, Gloucester Place, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 1TY
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Left image: Black Mirror, 2004
Right image: For Brian: our revels now are ended, 2006 - 2007
Photography by Dewi Tannatt Lloyd.
Courtesy of Ruthin Craft Centre.