AboutKentish Town artists Rosalind Richards and Sarah-Jane Muskett both explore landscape and myth using multi-layered techniques. They draw on inspiration from their travels, Rosalind in Nepal and Sarah-Jane in North America. Their work contrasts eastern and western landscapes and figures, creating dreamlike images that conjure the meeting point between utopia and reality. The fragile sense of hope depicted in their work draws on a common sense of humanity that unites societies from vastly different parts of the world.
Rosalind Richards graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2009. She has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Discerning Eye exhibitions, and Sunday Times Watercolour competition. She derives inspiration from Eastern cultures manifesting in dreamscapes and juxtaposed narratives.
Sarah-Jane Muskett studied fine art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Through exploration of landscape, people, typography and socio-political themes, she questions and redefines the mythic utopian model of the American Dream.