Harvest Moon by Rozanne Bell, Original Painting
Harvest Moon, framed original painting by Rozanne Bell.
Rozanne Bell’s artistic techniques are displayed in each of her paintings, which encompass a complexity and variety of mixed media. The end result is a marvellous depth of colour and media in her work, which has underpinned the secret to her success.
The vibrancy, creativity and colourfulness of Rozanne Bell’s character is reflected in her work, which can now be found in galleries up and down the country. Her gregarious, bold and expansive nature embodies the topics and styles of her paintings.
Born in Zimbabwe, Rozanne developed her artistic career there, painting the colourful flora and fauna of Africa, which she then personalised with her own humorous perspective. She came to Britain in 2002 and – whilst her style and subject has since expanded greatly – the memories and influence of her native country are reflected in the vibrancy and depth of her paintings. Today, Rozanne’s love of the Dorset countryside where she lives, as well as the coves and harbours of Cornwall, play a large influence in her art.
Focusing predominantly on contemporary taste for naïve art, Rozanne Bell’s artistic techniques are displayed in each of her paintings, which encompass a complexity and variety of mixed media. The end result is a marvellous depth of colour and media in her work, which has underpinned the secret to her success. Her steady search for new styles and techniques ensure that her skills are constantly evolving to produce a wide variety of art.
Rozanne’s flair and determination to succeed in the decade since she left Zimbabwe has resulted in her becoming one of Britain’s leading artists. With her original works now sold through a vast network of galleries nationwide and with the internet as an arena for her work, Rozanne Bell now has a worldwide following.
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