Rozanne Bell – New Exhibition Now On

Rozanne Bell – New Exhibition Now On

 

Rozanne Bell – The UK’s top seller of original art – her new exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse is now on

 

See the largest display of Rozanne Bell original paintings in the UK.

 

The Harrison Lord Art Gallery in Brighouse is delighted to see the return of Rozanne Bell for what we are sure will be a repeat of last year’s hugely successful show. Rozanne is the UK’s best-selling artist.

 

Featuring her latest paintings – all displaying her trademark style. The art is vibrant and is the epitome of fun. Her many fans are eagerly awaiting her second visit to West Yorkshire and to see the exhibition of new original works, all displaying her characteristically colourful and quirky style. This is the time to purchase the Rozanne Bell painting you’ve promised yourself.

 

Buying your favourite artwork is easy with the Own Art interest free credit scheme (subject to terms & conditions). Spread the cost over 10 monthly payments at 0% APR.

 

This is the exhibition people have been waiting for. With a huge selection of new original paintings on show this is the time to purchase that favourite Rozanne Bell.

 

Rozanne Bell has become one of the UK’s most loved artists. Her witty, convivial and vibrant style is always uplifting in mood. Her celebrated depictions of wild-flowers, cosy sheep-farming villages, dreamy coastlines and quaint little fishing harbours are quintessentially British and yet unprecedented use of luminous colour and the trademark resin and metallic embellishments come from a very different influence – her native Zimbabwe.

 

She says. “I haven’t 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. I am also passionate that my work remains affordable. I would rather sell ten paintings to ten nice people at a good price, than one at a fortune to a celebrity. I’m not interested in the ego of art!”

 

Rozanne Bell has become the UK’s top seller of original art with her witty, convivial and vibrant style which is always uplifting in mood.

 

Her celebrated depictions of wild-flowers, cosy sheep-farming villages, dreamy coastlines and quaint little fishing harbours are quintessentially British and yet her unprecedented use of luminous colour, gloss resin and metallic embellishments give her paintings a unique.

 

Steven Lord, gallery owner said “Have you ever had that moment when you stumbled across something so beautiful? You had to buy it, there and then. The thought of not being able to have was just too much to bare! The paintings by Rozanne Bell are just such items.”

 

Rozanne’s work has an international following and she has developed a style and a technique which make each and every painting totally unique. She has cultivated her natural flair and talent that is so evident in her work.

 

As Rozanne says “It’s the truth, I live to paint, and paint to live – Simple!”

 

Rozanne Bell’s Background

 

Born in Zimbabwe in 1962, Rozanne’s early work was inspired by the jaw-dropping natural beauty and timeless culture. During this period, Zimbabwe’s burgeoning tourist industry began to expose her work to an international audience where she found particular popularity in the USA and UK.

 

When Zimbabwe left the Commonwealth in 2002, Rozanne chose to settle in England and merge the drama and impact of the African landscape with the mystery and atmosphere of the Dorset coast and the coves and harbours of Cornwall have a great influence on her work.

 

Rozanne has developed in her work a style and a technique which make each and every painting totally unique. Having had no formal art schooling, Rozanne cultivated her natural flair and talent that is so evident in her work.

 

Focusing predominantly on the contemporary taste for naive art, Rozanne’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 texture.

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