We are honoured to represent Rosie who is a member of the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts. Originally from Belfast, Rosie moved to the coastal village of Roundstone in 2000. Rosie’s work concerns itself mostly with the place where she lives, Roundstone village and the nearby island of Inishlacken. She paints figures in an imaginary world that is always connected with the sea and in a way that questions the diminishing role of the sea in Irish life today. Rosie curates the annual Inishlacken Project which celebrates the island’s long connection with art and which is a much respected forum for collaboration and exhibition for contemporary Irish artists. Rosie has exhibited all over the world, including Dublin, Australia, New York and most recently in Rome. Rosie opens the doors of her studio in Roundstone to the public during the summer months by appointment.