Rosalind Lowry Ireland
Rosalind Lowry works in a range of media to create site specific land art, installations and sculpture. She attended Chelsea School of Art and St. Martin's School of Art and in 2021 was made a Member of The Royal Society of Sculptors. Through numerous solo and collaborative projects she has delivered projects internationally including Artist in Residence positions in Alaska and Argentina.
Her focus is working in response to place, and using art as an intervention. The main influences on her work are the commodification of land and landscapes, the disappearing green spaces and the connected heritage and folklore, leading to ecological destruction and social conflict. The majority of her work is temporary, with scale playing an important part. Rosalind has won several awards for her practice including the Social Art Award from the Institute for Art and Innovation in Berlin in 2021.