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Rozanne Bell

Rozanne Bell

Ever since I first picked up a paint brush with my mother as a little girl, the compulsion to paint has dominated my life. I know that the extraordinary colours, light and contrasts of Zimbabwe where I grew up and had to leave twelve years ago, are to blame. Art became and has ever been my friend, supporting my children and me throughout.

Starting with exhibitions of animals and flowers at the age of sixteen I have expanded my repertoire to include landscapes and country scenes, harbours, twilight and moon light scenes and even space and galaxy paintings. Ever conscious of those who like and buy my work, and delivering true value to them, I have not succumbed to the temptations of limited editions or mass market prints. Each picture I paint is an original with no one painting being the same as another.

With my love for naive art, traditional and contemporary, I have adapted, changed, and improved my style to suit the extraordinary medium of resin. Often with six or seven layers of paint, with extreme levels of texturing and also working the colours into the resin, I can attain transparency, depth and clarity of colour, I could only previously dream of.

Rozanne Bell

Rozanne Bell

Ever since I first picked up a paint brush with my mother as a little girl, the compulsion to paint has dominated my life. I know that the extraordinary colours, light and contrasts of Zimbabwe where I grew up and had to leave twelve years ago, are to blame. Art became and has ever been my friend, supporting my children and me throughout.

Starting with exhibitions of animals and flowers at the age of sixteen I have expanded my repertoire to include landscapes and country scenes, harbours, twilight and moon light scenes and even space and galaxy paintings. Ever conscious of those who like and buy my work, and delivering true value to them, I have not succumbed to the temptations of limited editions or mass market prints. Each picture I paint is an original with no one painting being the same as another.

With my love for naive art, traditional and contemporary, I have adapted, changed, and improved my style to suit the extraordinary medium of resin. Often with six or seven layers of paint, with extreme levels of texturing and also working the colours into the resin, I can attain transparency, depth and clarity of colour, I could only previously dream of.

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