Annie Blanchet Rouze
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (BA Hons Fine Art, 2009 / 2009)
What is your favourite film of all time?
What music are you currently listening to and why?
Which living artists do you most admire and why?
Which deceased artist do you most admire and why?
Which exhibition that you have visited made the greatest impact on you and why?
What is the question you get asked most frequently about your work and how do you answer it?
What / who inspired you to be an artist?
Can you tell us about where you make your art and what if any the significance of this location is?
What do you like most about being an artist?
What is your greatest achievement as an artist to date?
What are your plans for the coming year?
Latest artwork - View all by this artist
Rythms (grey / yellow)Size(HxWxD):60x60x3cm£800.00
Rythms (Grey / white)Size(HxWxD):100x100x3cm£1,200.00
The smile of the GiraffeSize(HxWxD):53x20x15cm£2,130.00
Mother and childSize(HxWxD):41x15x20cm£1,388.00
Seeing Life Upside DownSize(HxWxD):49x24x24cm£7,400.00
Life Is Probably RoundSize(HxWxD):45x24x24cm£4,800.00
My work is like a journey among the exploration of all kind of living things, from peculiar and interactive objects to natural elements, sometimes recalling the origins of life, sometimes pointing out our own relation to them.
My attempt is to show the inter-mingling of self and the world that surrounds me towards nature and sources of life both organic and morphologic.
Every round, curvy and irregular shape recalling natural elements attracts me. I like working with a combination of a range of materials, textures and shapes. Their interaction and metamorphosis through art become a
Screen of life where certain interpretive aspects can be reduced or intensify.
My work reflects at the same time an emotional and psychological transcription of a range of feelings such as daydream, fantasy, freedom, illusion and memory. My desire is to encourage the viewer to enter this space between a real and imagined world, to see beyond their eyes, to experience my work both physically and psychologically to realise their own relationship to it.
2011 :Coming soon : "Layers of Meaning" The RR Gallery St Peter's Church Notting Hill Preview Night from 6.30 to 9 PM Thursday 20th January 2011
Kensington Park Road
London W 11
Exhibition runs until 3rd February 2011 Friday 3.30 to 6 PM Thursday and Saturday 12 to 5 PM
Sept 2010 to October 2011: New Art Originals Brick Lane 65 Handbury Street London E1 5JP Opening times: 2 to 6 PM Monday to Friday
2009 - St Martins Degree Show
2009 - New Art Original London
2009 - Islington Factory London
2009 - The Brick Lane Gallery London