William Rosewood: death and gold
William Rosewood discovered the world of art when he was little. He was always exploring new things, designing and looking for solutions. He attended the Willem de Kooning Academy, learning the artistry in commercial image-making.
Rosewood developed a particular interest in exploring and pushing the limit of what is possible. This expressed itself not only in painting, but also in experimenting with different materials.
Rosewood developed a characteristic style in which he combines the usage of unconventional materials such as blood with large visualisations.
In June 2015 Rosewood began to work on his first exhibition: “The Richness of nature we destroy“. This series focuses on nature’s strength that often is underestimated and forgotten. Here Rosewood combines death with 24 carat gold to symbolise the resurrection of nature’s richness.
Images courtesy of William Rosewood