Artworks

If you have any questions about these paintings or projects please contact me at rose.strang@gmail.com

Most works are sold through galleries and prices are the same whether bought direct or from galleries – *please note gallery details at the top of each series.

Selected artworks, 2020

Forest of Ardban.

First of a series of the Applecross area of Scotland’s west coast, to be completed by late October 2020.

'Forest of Ardban'. Oil on 20 x 10 inch wood panel. Rose Strang 2020

‘Forest of Ardban’. Oil on 20 x 10 inch wood panel. Rose Strang 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boats and the sea

For an upcoming award, two paintings showing the atmosphere of boats and sea, in North Berwick and Lindisfarne.

 

Water of Leith, Edinburgh.

A series of studies in oil of Edinburgh’s river – the Water of Leith – painted during lockdown. On exhibition at Limetree Gallery, Bristol. Please contact the gallery for any queries on this link – Limetree Gallery).

Traigh Ban Series. Iona

 

Private Commissions 2020

 

 

Aberlady

(Project in progress) A year-long collaboration with Adam Brewster, following the 7th century pilgrim’s route between Iona, Aberlady and Lindisfarne. Paintings, video and music.

2019

SSA Open Exhibition.

Two paintings showing as part of the annual large exhibition featuring national and international artists, at the Royal Scottish Academy Gallery, the Mound, Edinburgh. From 22nd December 2019 to 30th January 2020.

 

Winter Miniatures

Forty paintings inspired by winter, on 3×3″ wood (selection below)

Ardban

Series of works on paper created at residence in Ardban on the west coast of Scotland. Solo exhibition at The Lime Tree An Ealdhain Gallery in Fortwilliam, Scotland. Please contact The Lime Tree An Ealdhain Gallery on info@limetreefortwilliam.co.uk with any queries

Planets Series – The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis

A series of paintings exhibited in September 2019 by the Demarco Gallery, Summerhall, Edinburgh. The series takes inspiration (and courtesy of Michael Ward shares the title) from author Michael Ward’s book ‘Planet Narnia. The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis’, in which he describes the hidden meaning behind C.S. Lewis’s Narnia Chronicles which were inspired by Medieval Cosmology. Michael Ward gave a talk as part of the event. All details Here. If you are interested in any of these paintings (‘Sun’ has sold) please contact me at rose.strang@gmail.com.

 

2018

November Iona Series

Group exhibition, Morningside Gallery. Please contact the gallery with any queries about these works Morningside Gallery

October Tide. Iona Series.

Created during a two-week artist’s residency on the Isle of Iona, Scotland. These paintings are available from the Limetree Gallery Bristol, please contact the gallery with any queries: Limetree Gallery .

Iona Series, Summer.

Created during summer 2018 on the isle of Iona on the west coast of Scotland. These paintings are available from the Resipole Gallery, Ardnamurchan. Please contact the gallery with any queries –Resipole Gallery,

 

Texture

Isle of Iona. Three-person exhibition, Limetree Gallery, Bristol.

Wells of Arthur’s Seat

A series of paintings created as part of a collaboration with poet and Edinburgh Makar, Alan Spence and BAFTA award-winning cellist Atzi Muramatsu. Info Here and Here.

Available from the Limetree Gallery, Bristol. Please contact the gallery for details. – http://www.limetreegallery.com/

 

Edinburgh in the Snow

Sold. ‘Edinburgh Snow (Arthur’s Seat and Royal Mile from Regent Road)’. Mixed media on 24×16″ found wood panel. Rose Strang 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017

Winter Series.

Exhibition, Abbeyhill Studio, Edinburgh. Twelve paintings in response to twelve pieces of music on the theme of winter, composed by Atzi Muramatsu. Listen to the short music pieces that inspired the paintings on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CExNz3R5QTg

Moonscapes: Isle of Harris.

Solo Exhibition, Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh

 

Canalscapes and the Severn

Group exhibition, Limetree Gallery, Bristol.

 

2016

Hebrides

Series of the Isles of Lewis, Harris and Skye.

 

 

Nocturne Series.

Group exhibition, Art Pistol Gallery, Glasgow

'Blue'. Mixed media on 20x16" canvas

Sold. ‘Nocturn 1’Mixed media on 20×16″ canvas

'Oidhche - Na Fir-chlis'. Mixed media on 20x16" canvas

‘Nocturn 2’. Mixed media on 20×16″ canvas

 

 

 

 

 

 

'Oidhche - Onfhadhach'. Mixed media on 20x16" canvas

‘Nocturn 3’. Mixed media on 20×16″ canvas

2015

Snowscapes

Solo Exhibition. Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh

 

Cockenzie Power Station, 26th September 2015

Group Exhibition, RSA Open (Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh) 2015

Link/Info

'Cockenzie Power Station, 26th September 2015'. Mixed media on 17x11" wood panel

Sold. ‘Cockenzie Power Station, 26th September 2015’. Mixed media on 17×11″ wood panel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Borders Country

Solo Exhibition: Whitespace Gallery, Howe Street, Edinburgh.

 

 

 

Eigg Island. Group Exhibition, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh, following residency on the Isle of Eigg. Collaboration between Rose Strang, composer Atzi Muramatsu and poet JL Williams. Link/Info

 

2014

Lindisfarne – Sea and Sky

Solo exhibition, Marchmont Gallery Edinburgh.

Link/Info

 

 

 

Eigg Island. Solo Exhibition. Whitespace Gallery, July 2014

 

 

50 Paintings of Eigg in 50 Days. All sold. (selection) 50 paintings inspired by the Isle of Eigg, painted every day from 10th April to 29th May.

Links/Info (scroll down to 50 paintings of Eigg’)

 

Wood and Water. Series inspired by the landscape of the South Downs and Weald in Sussex

2013

Solo exhibition, Whitespace Gallery, July 2013

 

Rain Showers and Snowgeese

 

 

1 thought on “Artworks

  1. Pingback: ‘Ideas Tap’ back the Eigg Island Project! | Rose Strang Artworks

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s