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*please note gallery details at the top of each series.


Private Commission


‘Scottish Highlands. “With rain on your eyelashes”‘. Oil on 48×48 inch canvas. Rose Strang 2022

Summer Show.

On exhibition as part of the Summer Show at the Limetree Gallery, Bristol from 14th July until 31st August 2022.



Two-artist show with Jim Wright at the Resipole Gallery, Ardnamurchan. 12th June till 22nd July

From Iona to Staffa


Edinburgh Winter

All queries to the Limetree Gallery, Bristol Limetree

The Living Mountain Series. (Commissioned by The Folio Society)

This series of paintings was commissioned by the Folio Society for their new publication of Nan Shepherd’s beautiful landscape classic; The Living Mountain. Each image takes inspiration from text in the book. The series includes the book cover painting, a map design at the beginning of the book and seven paintings within the text of the book. The Folio Society edition of Nan Shephard’s The Living Mountain illustrated by Rose Strang and introduced by Robert Macfarlane is exclusively available at


‘Among Elementals. The Living Mountain Series. Oil on 60x42cm wood. Rose Strang 2020

Trace. Sutton Hoo and River Deben

A series of works inspired by the landscape around Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. On exhibition at Limetree Gallery Long Melford from August 2021. Please contact the gallery with any queries about the paintings.


A Subtle Touch

on exhibition at Limetree Gallery Bristol, A three-artist exhibition: Anna King, Mhairi McGregor and Rose Strang

Water of Leith, Edinburgh.

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



Private Commissions 2020


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)



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.


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

(Not for sale). 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.

Sanna Bay Series.

Exhibition at Resipole Gallery, Acharacle, and at the Morningside Gallery Edinburgh, Scotland.


November Iona Series

Group exhibition, Morningside Gallery. Link  Morningside Gallery


October Tide. Iona Series.

Created during a two-week artist’s residency on the Isle of Iona, Scotland. Exhibition at the Limetree Gallery Bristol: Limetree Gallery .


Iona. Two Paintings

Exhibition at Resipole Gallery, Acharacle, Scotland –Resipole Gallery,



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. –

Edinburgh in the Snow

Limetree Gallery Christmas Exhibition

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

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

Harris Series

Exhibition Limetree Gallery, Bristol


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:


Moonscapes: Isle of Harris.

Solo Exhibition, Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh


Canalscapes and the Severn

Group exhibition, Limetree Gallery, Bristol.




Series of the Isles of Lewis, Harris and Skye. Watch a video about the series Here

Harbours Series. Fife and East Lothian Coast


Nocturne Series.

Group exhibition, Art Pistol Gallery, Glasgow



Solo Exhibition. Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh

RSA Exhibition.

Group Exhibition, RSA Open (Royal Scottish Academy, 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


Borders Country

Solo Exhibition: Whitespace Gallery, Howe Street, Edinburgh.

Lindisfarne – Sea and Sky

Solo exhibition, Marchmont Gallery Edinburgh. View video about the series Here


Eigg Island.

Solo Exhibition. Whitespace Gallery, July 2014

50 Paintings of Eigg in 50 Days.

(selection below) 50 paintings inspired by the Isle of Eigg, painted every day from 10th April to 29th May 2013. To find out more the making of this series, search on the archive to your right in ‘2014’.

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




Solo exhibition, Whitespace Gallery, July 2013

Rain Showers and Snowgeese

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