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About rosie baxter

Student MA Arts and Place Dartington College 2023 - 2024

MA Textiles

University for the Creative Arts, Farnham 2014 - 2016 

BA (Hons) Fine Art - Sculpture
Winchester School of Art, Winchester 2006 – 2012
Lives and works in Devon

Member: Craft Continuum

Rosie graduated from Winchester School of Art in 2012 with a BA in Fine Art specialising in sculpture and in 2016 was awarded an MA in Textiles at the University of the Creative Arts, Farnham.

Rosie is currently studying towards an MA in Arts and Place at Dartington College, Devon.

As a walking artist, Rosie moves through and with the landscape. She is concerned with nature and the environment. Her practice is based in the landscape, focusing on ephemeral pieces and using photography to capture the moment.

She is inspired by the work and processes of artists working in and with the land including Richard Long, Hamish Fulton, Andy Goldsworthy, David Nash whose art practice embodies nature and their intention is to make as little or no impact on the landscape. Rosie aspires to this ethic.

She believe that artists must play a key role in communicating environmental concerns to a wider audience and her intention is to build an experience of her walks via visual art thus potentially allowing an audience to share her experience.

She embraces environmental and sustainable practices in her work - walking, recycling and re-purposing objects found on her travels. She draws upon her climbing and mountaineering interests often incorporating climbing ropes in her art.



I work directly with the materials, not planning beforehand, but responding as the work develops -  material led rather than process driven.

"I always start with the material and see where it takes me."