ARTISTS A-Z

Rogers, Sarah

Aspirations

Aspirations

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Rohnstock, Colleen

 

Morning02_Ed10_11cm@72ppiArtist’s Statement:

Working with painting and printmaking, mainly serigraphy,

I explore the interaction of colour,┬áit’s relativity and it’s infinite combinations.

The resulting works are non-figurative with a strong geometric bias.

 


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Happy Shades 1

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Happy Shades 2

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Heinrich 1

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Heinrich 2

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Morning 1

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Morning 2

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Other Planets 1

Other Planets 02

Other Planets 2

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Summer Rain 1

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Summer Rain 2

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Colour Rain 1

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Colour Rain 2

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Bandol 1

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Colleen Rohnstock, screenprint

Bandol 2

Rossi, Piia

 

Piia Rossi was born in Imatra (Karelia), Finland where she studied Jewelery making and Scadinavian Design. In 1992 she moved to Dublin to study printmaking in The National College of Art and Design. Since graduating from NCAD in 1996 with a degree in Fine Art, Rossi has been working as a printmaker in the Blackchurch print studio, Temple Bar.

Rossi has always drwan inspiration to her work from architecture, she is interested in the concept of how people construct buildings in an orderly manner seeking to have control over their surrounding. Through her prints, Rossi creates mysterious and evocative buildings and envoirnments. These are fictional, anonymous places with unknown histories, composed so that they connect with each other. These prints reflect the many roles and attributes of the buildings throughout the ages such as strength, order, power, control, protection, identity and beauty.

Most of Rossi’s prints are monoprints and therefore unique and uneditionable. Rossi uses a technique of combining Chine Colle and monoprinting on hand-made paper, reinforcing the uniqueness of each piece. The nature of this method enables Rossi to produce to highly individual pieces on request and has done so for many commissioned and project based work.

Rossi’ has had two solo exhibititons, Dream Travel’ 1997 and History/Order/Space in 2002. Her work has been exhibited at numerous exhibitions such as the RHA Annual Exhibition, Oireachtas, the Tokyo International Mini-print Triennial, New York etching weeks. Her work appears in many collections including AIB, Microsoft, Embassy of Finland, Trinity College, County Councils, Dakota print and numerous private collections. Her work was purchased for presentation by Blanchardstown Art Center to Presideent Mary McAleese at the opening og the Center.


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Russell, Robert

Granadilla

Granadilla

Born in Dublin, Robert Russell attended Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology from 1979. He specialised in sculpture, but also worked in print and painting, winning the Taylor Art Competition for painting in 1980. He received the Alfred Beit Award and the Norah McGuinness Award before graduating in 1983.

Russell is Studio Director at Graphic Studio Dublin, and has been a member since 1988. In 1999 the Chester Beatty Library commissioned him to make an etching, a woodcut, and an engraving to demonstrate printmaking techniques for a video displayed in the library. They also acquired
one of his mezzotints for their permanent collection. Exhibitions include a solo show at Graphic
Studio Gallery, Revelation and Art into Art at the National Gallery of Ireland, Gardens of
Earthly Delight and Holy Show at the Chester Beatty Library, Ireland France Print Exchange,
Paris, and RHA Banquet Show as guest of Patrick Hickey.


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