My current visual art practice has been inspired by the Celtic Anthropology of West Wales where I live in Pembrokeshire. For me it is the Traditional/Modern aspects of these past cultures that have informed a sense of interconnecteness between Ancient History and aspects of dialy life in the here and now. In terms of power struggles and 'ethics' many issues are the same in Celtic Myth as in the contemporary 'Western' world of 2023.
As such, it is a continuation of previous Fine Art projects which have a Social History content as well as a personal [archetypal ] "the quest for identity".A second series of ten collages to be shown as a group at the Narberth Museum, Narberth, Pembrokeshire : January 2022-March 2023.There are a series of 10 prints in black and white and 10 collages in colour.All imagery is inspired by the Druidstone and Ty Canol landscapes and many images have their compositions based on small areas of coastal geography, which also influence the choice of colour schemes.
Visually influenced by the Europen art work of Anselm Kiefer;Gerhard Richter and Mimmo Paladino, I too seek ways to 'untie the Gordian Knot.'
CV & Education
DR ROSE ROSE [ born: Rosemary Pearson]
1946: Born London, Islington.
1952: Schools in Sussex [ST MARYS HALL/RHODEAN] and Middlesex SOUTHLANDS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
1962:City of Westminster College [A levels]
1965:L’Institut Britannique, PARIS
1967- 1969: Ealing School of Art, UNIVERSITY OF WEST LONDON. DIPLOMA IN ART/DESIGN.
1971-1974: University of Exeter, DEVON. B.A.[HONS] FINE ART.
1997-1999: De Montfort University, LEICESTER. M.A. ART EDUCATION.
2000-2003: De Montfort University, LEICESTER.PHD. FINE ART PRACTICE.
ART LECTURING POSTS
1976-78: Sheffield Hallam University. Fine Art BA.
1978-1984: Sheffield City Art Galleris+ BRITISH ART SHOW /84.
1987-1992: Chesterfield College of Art, Derbyshire .Fine Art Foundation. [Full Time]
1997-2002: University of Sheffield.TILL: Visual Culture Director.
2006-2007: Chesterfield College of Art. Fine Art Foundation.[Part Time]
2008. Sheffield Hallam University. Fine Art BA.[Part Time]
GROUP ART EXHIBITIONS:
1986: Fabian Carlsson Gallery, London. NEW ART.
1987: New Art in Yorkshire, LEEDS City Art Gallery.
1994: Wrexham Art Gallery, Clwydd, N.Wales: ‘HOMAGE’.
1996: BUCKS Gallery, New Haven , Conneticutt, USA. ‘NEW ART’.
1997: S1 STUDIOS, Sheffield in ‘SPECS’.
2009 - Butcher Works Art Exhibition, Sheffield.
2009 - Experimental ideas ., Rare and Racy, Sheffield
2010 - Artworks as Recent Work: Chesterfield College of Art, Chesterfield
2010 - 'Found!' Butcher Works, Sheffield
2010 - Leeds City Art Gallery- OPEN ART 2010, LEEDS CITY ART GALLERY, LEEDS
2010 - 'Not the Royal Acadamy', Llewellen Alexander Gallery., London
2011-'Diversity'. Galerie Ober Licht Saal . Sindelfinden. Stuttgart Germany.
2014-'Art in Culture' [Portrait of a Landscape] Tabernacle Gallery, Notting Hill, London.W11.
2017-2020: Paintings at 'The Yards' , Hunters Bar, Sheffield S 11 8PQ.
Main SOLO ART EXHIBITIONS:
1986;MAPPIN ART GALLERY, SHEFFIELD. ‘PRIMARY SOURCES’
1988: RUSKIN GALLERY, SHEFFIELD ‘EVOLVING HABITS’.
1992:LEEDS METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY ‘EVOLVING HABITS’
2002:DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY, Leicester. ‘SOMA-SERIES’
2006: London Road Gallery, Sheffield. ‘ROUTES MANOEURVRING’.
2009: Hay Hill Gallery, Cork Street , Mayfair, London W1 ‘LINGA-FRANCA’.
2014: Tabernale Gallery, Notting Hill, London W 8.'LINES IN THE LANDSCAPE'.
2015: Shire Hall Gallery, STAFFORD:'SCAPES'.
2022:-23 Narbeth Museum: [ENDING JULY 23] .NARBERTH, PEMBROKESHIRE : 'MYTHOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES? 1'  +'MYTHOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES?' 2 MYTHOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES ? 3 ,MYTHOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES? - 4 .[ FROM JUNE - SEPTEMBER 2023]
ART in MAJOR COLLECTIONS:
Arts Council of England: Four Passages:Binary Fission. Purchased 1987.
Arts Council of England : for Sheffield City Art Galleries:
'Interior Rock and Roll' , [purchased 1986].
Six Private Collections: UK,Europe,USA.1987-2010.
Art Awards [A4E] Arts Council of England award of £4,500. 1997.
[NB Location change : 2019 from Derbyshire to Pembrokeshire.]