Rosha Nutt is a painter and printmaker living in London, England. She makes colourful pop art flower images that explore the ideas of consumerism and vanitas.
Rosha’s interest in colour and background as an advertising art director inform her art and she is influenced by the 16th and 17th century Dutch still life artists. Like them she plays with scale and arrangement and, whilst her work is rich in colour and visually bold, there is often more at play. She includes everyday objects such as fortune cookies and butterflies, as memento mori, subtle symbols that remind us of the transience of life and inevitability of death.
- Rosha Nutt, Red and Orange Splash, Screen print, Edition 50, 50x70 cm, £120, 2020
- Rosha Nutt, Yellow Poppy, Cyanotype, Monoprint, 44x58 cm, £300, 2020.