Rosemary Bonney

A lifetime passion for the natural world made it inevitable that Rosemary should choose to paint landscapes and living in Holne has enabled her to do just that. She captures fleeting moments with her camera, memorising a point in time to encapsulate it on return to her studio.  Although she uses photographs as an aide memoir ,she interprets the moor in her own style.   Her aim is to share with the viewer her personal experience of place, interpreting it in a painterly manner using oils, acrylics and mixed media embellishments.  The light, weather and season all play a part in her choice of subject.  She enjoys experimenting with new ways of expressing the essence of the landscape with emphasis on colour.  She has work in private collections in the UK, Europe and Australia. She was a finalist for the Devon Life landscape artist of the year in March 2018. She has exhibited widely across the Southwest since 2004, in galleries and in solo, shared and group exhibitions.  In 2018 she was a finalist in the Devon Life landscape artist of the year and her work has been represented and reported in a number of magazines and newspapers including Devon Life and the Western Morning News.

 

A lifetime passion for the natural world made it inevitable that Rosemary should choose to paint landscapes and living in Holne has enabled her to do just that. She captures fleeting moments with her camera, memorising a point in time to encapsulate it on return to her studio.  Although she uses photographs as an aide memoir ,she interprets the moor in her own style.   Her aim is to share with the viewer her personal experience of place, interpreting it in a painterly manner using oils, acrylics and mixed media embellishments.  The light, weather and season all play a part in her choice of subject.  She enjoys experimenting with new ways of expressing the essence of the landscape with emphasis on colour.  She has work in private collections in the UK, Europe and Australia. She was a finalist for the Devon Life landscape artist of the year in March 2018. She has exhibited widely across the Southwest since 2004, in galleries and in solo, shared and group exhibitions.  In 2018 she was a finalist in the Devon Life landscape artist of the year and her work has been represented and reported in a number of magazines and newspapers including Devon Life and the Western Morning News.  

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