Rosi Robinson

A batik artist, teacher, lecturer and author. Lectures and teaches batik workshops throughout the world. A member of the Sussex Guild, the Batik Guild and Craft Nova Scotia, Canada.Batik is a traditional resist technique of decorating fabric where wax is applied to the fabric to resist colourful dyes. Instead of waxing patterns to create clothing, Rosi pushes this traditional technique in a painterly way creating pictures. Her batik paintings are figurative, very detailed and are often mistaken for watercolour paintings. She has exhibited in Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, USA, Canada, China and Japan. She has had four solo exhibitions in the Barbican Library, London.
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This batik painting was a commission. Peggy's Cove is a popular tourist spot in Nova Scotia. Many people time their trip so they can sit on the rocks and watch the sun go down. Rosi visited Peggy's cove four times to capture the changing light of the sunset.
Seven Sisters are part of the South Downs Park near Eastbourne in East Sussex. Rosi wanted to show how the setting sun transforms the white cliffs with beautiful warm colours reflected on them and in the watery pools below.
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