Rosanna Bishop is a multidisciplinary Artist, Designer & Maker, specialising in silk screen-printing, maximalist designs and hand painted commissions.
Working from her studio and print room in Hove, Rosanna uses her signature style to create bespoke designs to be sold as one-off art, fashion or interior pieces. Rosanna previously worked in luxury fashion houses and has since spent many years collaborating on a freelance basis with a range of high-profile clients, such as Alexander McQueen, Fiorucci &
With a passion for illustrative prints and curious narratives, Rosanna combines traditional processes such as silk screen-printing, hand painting and gold leaf gilding with unexpected materials and concepts to create unique pieces.
Rosanna’s work is playful in its attempts
to draw inspiration from abstract or unexpected subjects, with previous collections discussing death, questioning taboos and celebrating the beauty in decay.
L O N D O N C R A F T
W E E K
For London Craft Week, 11th - 14th May 2023, Future Icons took over Oxo Tower Wharf’s iconic Bargehouse with its largest exhibition to date and debuted its new show concept, 'Future Icons Selects', presenting the works of over 70 leading artisans from all over the world.
The show was a huge success and attracted over 2200+ visitors
over the 4 day period.
Photos taken during an 'Introduction to Screen-Printing' workshop hosted by Rosanna- representing QEST and in co-operation with the National Saturday Club. Each attendee designed and drew a design to print before exposing them on to screens and printing them on to tote bags and fine art paper.
To book Rosanna for a workshop, please email email@example.com
All abilities and ages welcomed.
'high-end interior design exhibition which has brought together the best of the design community each year for 43 years'
Debuting her latest collection of latex lampshades 'Lampyris', Rosanna exhibited and demonstrated her work at the world's leading event for the latest in luxury interior design, Decorex 2022.
'SCENT OF SUMMER'
The Art of the Exceptional
An exhibition of QEST craftmakers exhibiting on the third floor of London's prestigious Fortnum & Mason store. The ‘Scent of Summer’ exhibition – was 'an exuberant celebration of all things floral' coinciding with the June Bank Holiday Jubilee Weekend.
Curated by Brian Kennedy Hosted by the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust
'I believe there is still much to be done in aid of improving equality for women in all aspects of life but especially in workplaces. Even in a heavily female-dominated industry such as Fashion & Textiles I often notice that the lead roles are bestowed to men and yet I think it is integral for women to be in positions of power to be able to ensure working environments and conditions are appropriate for their predominantly female workforce.'
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