Rosanne Guille paints in the beautiful Channel Islands.  She has spent most of her working life in Sark where time stands still.  The are no cars on Sark and people still travel by bicycle and horse-drawn carriage. The Islands influence her work with their stunning land and seascapes and diverse nature.

 
During the 1990’s Rosanne trained in Natural History Illustration at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design, and then went on to gain a Masters Degree from The Royal College of Art. 
 
Rosanne’s work is defined by her surroundings and she is happiest when working outdoors in all weather conditions. Her style of work is broad and ranges from tiny, exquisitely detailed miniatures through to large-scale dramatic charcoal drawings. Most of her location work is produced using watercolour. 
 
In 2011 Rosanne organised the Artists for Nature Foundation’s Jubilee Project ‘Art for the Love of Sark’ which involved over twenty of the world’s most talented artists and raised awareness of how unique Sark is. The project book is available to order throughat the Coach-house Gallery

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