THE ARTIST famous for her ‘Wonky Droitwich’ paintings will be displaying her work at the Jinney Ring Craft Centre in Hanbury, writes Charlotte Mitchell.
Paintings created by Rosie will be on show and there will be cards and prints available to buy.
Rosie, whose art journey began in 2011, has also appeared on TV in the BBC’s ‘Paul Martins Handmade Revolution’ which coincidentally used the Jinney Ring as it’s backdrop.
Rosie now showcases her 22 (and counting) paintings, with titles including ‘Hanbury Hall’ and ‘A Day Out at Weston’.
She said she was grateful to the centre for offering her a space as it was where she got married and she has other fond memories of the venue.
“I always enjoy looking around the craft centre and love the diversity of styles and gifts.
“It’s great that I can now add to the mix with my quirky paintings.”
Visitors viewing Rosie’s work at the centre can also enjoy a coffee or tea and a cake.
Visit www.rosiephilpott.co.uk for more on Rosie and her work.