Rozanne Bell art exhibition opens on September 28th 2019

Rozanne Bell artist

Rozanne Bell art exhibition opens on September 28th 2019

Artist Rozanne Bell opens her new exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse on Saturday 28th September.

Her many fans are eagerly awaiting this rare visit by the artist to Yorkshire and to see the exhibition which features over 50 new original works, all displaying her characteristically colourful and quirky style.

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!”

The last time Rozanne visited the Harrison Lord Gallery the show was a sell-out, so the organisers expect the paintings to be in high demand. Rozanne will sign any work bought on the day.

Steven went on to say “Rozanne Bell is the epitome of fun. She’s a flamboyant gregarious character with a unique creative imagination that knows no bounds. Rozanne has a sunny disposition, full of originality and wit. When you meet her you’ll find out just how exciting and entertaining a person she is; full of energy and vibrancy and her art mirrors all these qualities.”

Meet Rozanne on Saturday September 28th, 1.30pm to 4pm and the exhibition continues for two weeks. It is free to enter.

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