Designers tagged

Printmaking

  1. Rosy-May Beatrice Schofield

    She/ Her

    Rosy-May Schofield is an artist using printmaking to explore conversations and relationships. Working with gothic and theatrical elements, she brings visibility to confessional art, reinterpreting it in a surreal way for a new audience. The intention behind the work is to create solidarity between people, making them feel less alone, by communicating less “desirable” human attributes such as obsession and self-consciousness. Other themes include power play, sensuality, tenderness, violence and mortality. The colour blue is an important element, giving reference to Gertrude Stein’s idea in Tender Buttons: ‘blue is always precious’.

    Rosy-May Schofield is an artist using printmaking to explore conversations and relationships. Working with gothic and theatrical elements, she brings visibility to confessional art, reinterpreting it in a surreal way for a new audience. The intention behind the work is to create solidarity between people, making them feel less alone, by communicating less “desirable” human attributes such as obsession and self-consciousness. Other themes include power play, sensuality, tenderness, violence and mortality. The colour blue is an important element, giving reference to Gertrude Stein’s idea in Tender Buttons: ‘blue is always precious’.

    Rosy-May Beatrice Schofield

    She/ Her

    Rosy-May Schofield is an artist using printmaking to explore conversations and relationships. Working with gothic and theatrical elements, she brings visibility to confessional art, reinterpreting it in a surreal way for a new audience. The intention behind the work is to create solidarity between people, making them feel less alone, by communicating less “desirable” human attributes such as obsession and self-consciousness. Other themes include power play, sensuality, tenderness, violence and mortality. The colour blue is an important element, giving reference to Gertrude Stein’s idea in Tender Buttons: ‘blue is always precious’.