The West Gallery is situated in Zone B on the Ground Floor along the children’s corridor and near the Friends of the RUH coffee shop.
Browse Rosie’s exhibition artwork catalogue and sale prices below! Contact Exhibitions Manager, Tony Smith email@example.com if you would like to purchase.
The work on display is by Bristol illustrator Rosie Webb. Rosie has worked extensively as an illustrator, providing artwork for publications such as the Times, Esquire, Jamie Oliver magazine and Stella magazine. She has also written and illustrated 3 children’s books featuring bright and often humorous watercolour illustrations of animals, like the art you see here.
When asked about her work Rosie says “I always try to inject character and humour into my work as these things are important to me in my art and my life. Laughter and silliness help me to get through my days and I am drawn to the bazaar and surreal which is probably why I Like painting flamingos in Doctor Martens.”
Before embarking on a career as an illustrator Rosie completed a BA hons in Illustration and animation at Manchester Met. She then lived and worked in London for over 10 years before moving back to her hometown Bristol to raise her family.
This will be Rosie’s Second Exhibition at the RUH Bath and she is very happy to be back.
To buy an artwork please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07768 070403
A third of every artwork sold goes to the RUH Arts Fund to continue the exhibition programme for patients, staff and visitors.
Artsparks brings a series of regular creative workshops to young patients on the Children’s Ward. The workshops led by our Lead Artist, Edwina Bridgeman and Visiting Artist, Charlotte Stowell allow patients to use their imagination and develop their own ideas. The artwork can then be taken home, shown to clinical staff or installed in the public Artsparks gallery in Zone B which reaches an audience of 22,000 people per year.