Natalie Rosin, Tower of Shadows, 2020. Image courtesy Saint Cloche

Chromatic: Natalie Rosin

Saint Cloche welcomes back ceramic sculptor Natalie Rosin with Chromatic. For this body of work, Natalie was inspired by the colourful and surreal anomalies of the built world. Three strong influences for this exhibition include Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill, Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier and Mexican architect Luis Barragan. Each, in their own way has embraced the use of bold colour, poetically offering different hues in a thoughtful, considered way and never as an afterthought.

Details: Exhibition virtual opening and guided tour: Wednesday 14 October, 6pm; Meet the artist: Saturday 17 October, 11am – 1pm


Ceramics, Family/child-friendly, Free event, Sculpture

Images: Natalie Rosin, La Fabrica no.1 and Casa Estudio no.1, 2020; Natalie Rosin, Tower of Shadows, 2020. Images courtesy Saint Cloche