Collection: Rosalind Forster

Rosalind Forster set up her print workshop in 1973 with the acquisition of a large Albion press and developed her technique of linocutting. She uses the reduction process where the block is gradually cut away after each colour creating complex and bold images of up to sixteen colours. Rosalind’s images are not exclusively floral still lifes but they are a constant theme in her work both as a painter and printmaker. Sometimes the image comes from a chance encounter but more often they are a careful arrangement of favourite objects such as jugs, lace and flowers. Light plays an important role particularly in her Greek works.

Rosalind has exhibited widely both internationally and in the UK and her work is in many private and public collections. She divides her time between her Greek island home where she now prints and paints and Derbyshire. These two beautiful places offer her much inspiration.

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