Rosy Lamb

Over and Under the Ocean
to fold
green island
Open Rooms (part 1)
where-everything-begins
M and W,
In the family of things, oil on canvas, 100 x 143 cm, 2020

Where everything begins
Painting from life, while keeping time with my model, is a process of discovery. When my brain no longer imposes it’s false ideas and conjectures onto my perception, only then can I note down what my eyes are unconsciously able to see. However long it might take me, painting and repainting what I am looking at, the moment when I start to see clearly is always the turning point in the painting - the place where everything begins. This exhibition shows several paintings I have made and remade with a number of models over the last four years in my studio in Paris.

happy on the shelf
Open Rooms (two)
broken Harriet
red flower
Babe, oil on canvas, 40 x 49 cm, 2020
revision III
I must be you
the shape and the flame, oil on canvas, 116 x 89 cm, 2019
the sacrifice, oil on plaster, 51 x 77 cm, 2020
colors that look like pillows
Gu and Lou (part one)
with green
we listen to Sherlock Holmes
Molly
First do nothing, then rest!
sculpted portraits of children who live in the residence of St Eloi in Chilly Mazarin, France
Le Sens Des Songes

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Over and Under the Ocean
to fold
green island
Open Rooms (part 1)
where-everything-begins
M and W,
In the family of things, oil on canvas, 100 x 143 cm, 2020
happy on the shelf
Open Rooms (two)
broken Harriet
red flower
Babe, oil on canvas, 40 x 49 cm, 2020
revision III
I must be you
the shape and the flame, oil on canvas, 116 x 89 cm, 2019
the sacrifice, oil on plaster, 51 x 77 cm, 2020
colors that look like pillows
Gu and Lou (part one)
with green
we listen to Sherlock Holmes
 Molly
First do nothing, then rest!
sculpted portraits of children who live in the residence of St Eloi in Chilly Mazarin, France
Le Sens Des Songes
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