contemporary scottish landscape artist
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I have a painting and a short article about my work featured in VOGUE , the International collections Issue , the article can be found in 'Vogue's Masterpiece' section;
Rosanne Barr sets the tone for a new generation of Scottish Landscape Artists. Colour and movement, dramatic skies and evocative foregrounds reveal nature’s wildest coastline.
International Artist of the Year at Florida’s Great Gulf Arts Festival 2012, Rosanne (31), features in private collections in the USA, New Zealand, Thailand and Dubai.
A Jolomo Award Laureate, Rosanne exhibits across the UK including Edinburgh, London, Bath, Kirkcudbright, Oxford and Glasgow.
Article featured in the September issue of VOGUE magazine;
Feature advert in Art Mag - July - Aug 2013
PHOTO OF ME DEMONSTRATING TO THE PUBLIC AT THE GREAT GULF ARTS FESTIVAL 2012
ARTICLE ABOUT THE GREAT GULF ARTS FESTIVAL , WITH QUOTES FROM ME REGARDING MY THOUGHT ON BEING SELECTED AS THE INTERNATIONAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR.
ARTICLE ABOUT MY WORK AS I WAS SELECTED TO BE THE GREAT GULF ARTS FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2012.
ARTICLE ABOUT THE GREAT GULF ARTS FESTIVAL, I WAS SELECTED TO BE THE INTERNATIONAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2012.
I was featured in the Scotsman Newspaper on the 26th of April and
Flyer advertising exhibition at the Fotheringham Gallery, Bridge of Allan 2010.
Advert in Scottish Field Magazine.
"As has been clear these past rain-soaked weeks of our Scottish summer, the sky plays a large part in all our lives. For Rosanne Barr, who has been establishing herself as a landscape artist of great promise in the past few years, it's become the key player in her work.
Barr, who grew up in Gartocharn, Stirlingshire, and now lives just outside Dundee, is still in her twenties, yet has developed a sureness of style that has gained her a growing army of fans. Though she was a finalist for this year's Jolomo Awards, her scenes are not site-specific. You won't find her skies sheltering land-marks such as the Cuillins or Buachaille Etive more and there are no small white cottages sitting on a familiar foreshore.
Tightly composed and hugely atmospheric, there is also a very pure sense of colour in Barr's work, which has benefited in this new series from a shift into oil, straight from the tube so as not to muddy the waters."
Article in Scotsman about the shortlisted of seven artist including myself for the Jolomo Awards 2009, Scotland's largest funded landscape painting prize.
Gallery roundup in the Herald.
Review in Herald for solo show at the Green Gallery, Buchlyvie in 2008.