lizzie rose

woven sky
£350.00
i can hear ravens
£850.00
eilean II
£280.00
eilean I
£280.00
air: island sky
£750.00
above and below
£550.00
glen line I
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glen line II
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mountain ink line
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the artist lizzie rose in her studio
lizzie rose

Lizzie Rose is an Argyll based artist who graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the University of Newcastle in 1995. Exploring a sense of place, her research comes through deep involvement with the landscape: hill running, camping, exploring. Lizzie’s work reflects immersion, witnessing moments, a reminder of wild places and their importance to us all. Fragments seen, moments of memory, a reminder of and pertaining to a greater whole. Immediacy, rawness, and energy, never losing the initial mark and response to an experience and place. In 2020 Lizzie was awarded a Balavoulin Art Grant and a VACMA to enable her to explore three highland environments: micro residencies on an island, a mountain top and forests in Argyll. During COP 26, she was involved in producing Sea of Change 79, a collaborative  installation on the shore of Loch Craignish in Argyll. This looked at how rising sea levels will affect ours and other coastlines. 

the artist lizzie rose in her studio
lizzie rose

Lizzie Rose is an Argyll based artist who graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the University of Newcastle in 1995. Exploring a sense of place, her research comes through deep involvement with the landscape: hill running, camping, exploring. Lizzie’s work reflects immersion, witnessing moments, a reminder of wild places and their importance to us all. Fragments seen, moments of memory, a reminder of and pertaining to a greater whole. Immediacy, rawness, and energy, never losing the initial mark and response to an experience and place. In 2020 Lizzie was awarded a Balavoulin Art Grant and a VACMA to enable her to explore three highland environments: micro residencies on an island, a mountain top and forests in Argyll. During COP 26, she was involved in producing Sea of Change 79, a collaborative  installation on the shore of Loch Craignish in Argyll. This looked at how rising sea levels will affect ours and other coastlines.