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My work is influenced by layers, reflections and discovering the unexpected.

 

Since Rochelle began exhibiting in 2007, her work has been shown in private and public galleries including Mahara Gallery, Pataka Museum of Arts & Culture and Wellington's Solander. As a Bachelor of Applied Arts student she was the winner of two student awards in Mahara Gallery's Mixt and Selected Exhibitions and her printmaking  was selected for several group shows touring the US and NZ.

PASTICHE: in homage to the god of small things
Mahara Gallery, Waikanae
Paintings which explore and reinterpret works by Frances Hodgkins, Henri Rousseau, Jacques-Louis David, Giorgio de Chirico, Le Corbusier

“It’s not what the artist does that counts, 

but what he is”.    (Picasso, 1935.)

 

pastiche 1. a work of art that mixes styles, materials etc. 2.a work of art that imitates the style of another artist or period.

The Visitors (1/2)

The Visitors (1/2)

Diptych, 750mm x 550mm each, Acrylic on board

The Visitors (2/2)

The Visitors (2/2)

Diptych, 750mm x 550mm each, Acrylic on board

Spirit

Spirit

Acrylic on canvas 700mm x 700mm

This cottage chrysalis, this winged manor ( lll ) 760 mm x 1015.5 mm Acrylic on canvas

NZ Codes of Compliance (2) (Partial image) Silk screen and acrylic on acid free rag paper Exhibited Pataka Museum of Arts & Cultures 2010 Private collection

Woodcut

Woodcut

(Partial image)

Young girl

Young girl

Acrylic silkscreen on mulberry paper Edition of 12 Toured USA as part of NZ Open Printmaking Exhibition Group Show 2011

Pop housing NZ series Photopolymer, silkscreen, oil and acrylic on acid free rag Edition of 50

Flight

Flight

Silkscreen Winner of student award Mahara Gallery Mixt Kapiti Horowhenua Arts Review & Selected Exhibition 2010

Occupying spaces (4) Winner of student award Mahara Gallery Mixt Kapiti Horowhenua Arts Review & Selected Exhibition 2008

Exhibition

Exhibition

Occupying spaces series

Kete triptych

Kete triptych

Acrylic on board

Young Swimmer

Young Swimmer

Copper plate etching, hand coloured Toured USA as part of NZ Open Printmaking Exhibition Group Show 2011 Edition of 20

Tactile Memory

Tactile Memory

Silk screen on silk and mulberry paper Exhibited Pataka 2007 Private collection

Woodcut (partial image)

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