December 13 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, August 22, 2013
DORSET-based artist Rozanne Bell was a special guest at Gallery Rouge in St Albans earlier this month.
Best known for her whimsical beach scenes, her latest collection of work captured the colour and spirit of summer. Through the use of rich acrylic paints, Rozanne depicts the floral abundance of a British landscape, and she also displayed some fantastic darker midnight harbour compositions.
Rozanne was gracious in her praise for the gallery, and said: “I’ve worked with Kuldip for a number of years now – his enthusiasm for art and for beautifully displaying the work is overwhelming. I’ve loved meeting my collectors and in sharing my experiences and journey.”
Gallery director Kuldip Chohan was equally enthused: “Representing talented artists is one thing; working with fun and lively artists is a bonus! Rozanne is an absolute joy to be with – her gregarious disposition is infectious and comes through in the vibrancy of her work.”
It’s not too late to see the wider collection from Rozanne Bell – be sure to visit Gallery Rouge in Chequer Street, St Albans to see for yourself what all the fuss is about.