Exhibitions At Ropetackle
Current Exhibition: Rosalind Lymer January - March 2014
Ros Lymer creates mixed media textile art, featuring intricate stitched and printed images over layered textile collage.
Ros’s techniques include embroidery, batik, felt-making, print-making, heat press and painting. She also incorporates found objects and images into her work, and she layers intense, bold colours, images and textural marks. Her work brings together fragments that have been discarded or overlooked; she is interested in the minutiae of life – passing expressions, tiny household items that make our lives tick, weeds that inhabit the world quietly and unobtrusively. Her work celebrates the preciousness of these throw away items and moments.
Ros is a Brighton based artist, brought up in Sussex. She completed a degree in Fine Art Painting in Manchester in 1990, where her work involved large scale assemblages combining objects, paint and textural media. She now combines teaching textiles and art with the development of her own work.
Calling All Artists:
How To Apply:
To apply for an exhibition, simply pop into the centre and ask for an information sheet or email Mark Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org with ALL of the following details:
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Website address and/or digital portfolio sent via email attachment (please note we do not accept CDs)
- Medium of work(s)
- Any installation requirements – please note that all work is hung from the rails and nothing can be fixed, nailed or screwed directly into the wall
Please Note: If you do not provide us with ALL of the above information this may negatively impact on your chances of selection. Pay particular attention to presenting your work; blurred photographs taken in your living room for example are not acceptable. We expect all artists to have a website/blog and email address, providing a telephone number is not enough.
If your application is successful you will be invited to meet with us at the centre to discuss details of your exhibition. You will also be required to bring along at least four completed works that make up your show. This will enable us to confirm your work is suitable to exhibit.
April - May 2014
Adur Art Trail
Monday 30th December 2013
Monday 26th August 2013
Saturday 25th May 2013
Tuesday 26th March 2013
Sunday 17th February 2013