Skin




More overpainting experiments for my fmp - concealment. Inspired by Rik Garrett's Symbiosis series. This quote basically sums up exactly what I'm trying to say through this project:

"We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves."
Francois de La Rochefoucauld 









My final exhibition at uni has been and gone now...I was really stuck on what to do for my project at first, I went down all these odd paths of different work and everything was very average and very uninspiring, but I ended up being really pleased with how my final piece turned out. I got a Distinction in my Art Foundation so I'm totally over the moon, and this means I will 100% be going to Falmouth University to study Fashion photography so yay! 
I'll be posting a photo of my exhibition space asap; I have a lot of new work to be released on here in the next few days - I'm on holiday at the moment and have my final fmp work waiting to be photographed/uploaded when I get home. I actually managed to sell some of my final images fairly quickly after somebody took a fancy to them at the exhibition opening, but for the summer I'm going to be trying to sell lots more prints/original artworks/photo-painitngs so keep your eye out: I'll post a link to an etsy page once I have it up and running. In the meantime:

IF ANYBODY IS INTERESTED IN BUYING ANY PRINTS PLEASE EMAIL ROSANNA-JONES@HOTMAIL.COM

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  1. this is fucking incredible, rosie

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  2. Love your paintings Rosanna.

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  3. Hello,
    I'm an A-level art student from Manchester and I absolutely love your work, especially the series Skin. I would be so grateful if you could explain to me a little more about how you created the 3 images. They are truly stunning - they are ethereal, gentle, beautiful, yet incredibly grotesque. I'm doing about The Anguished Figure and I am studying your work for my final piece.
    Much appreciation,
    Jen

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  4. Hello,
    I'm an A-level art student from Manchester and I absolutely love your work, especially the series Skin. I would be so grateful if you could explain to me a little more about how you created the 3 images. They are truly stunning - they are ethereal, gentle, beautiful, yet incredibly grotesque. I'm doing about The Anguished Figure and I am studying your work for my final piece.
    Much appreciation,
    Jen

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