Rosalind Pounder - Organic exhibition

Rosalind's work grows from an engagement with the world around her.  

 

Books, nest-like vessels and gatherings, ritualistic in their construction and created using foraged, natural and manmade materials, become sanctuaries finding humble epiphany within the ordinary.

Rosalind transforms that which is often overlooked or discarded into something intriguing and unexpected.

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Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Streetcombing - 7 tiny coiled vessels. Gathered, discarded wire from around the telecommunication cabinets on the streets of Derby, sewn with jewellery wire.

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack: strandline Nest-like construction created from roots and fishing line gathered along the strand line of a North Norfolk beach

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack: Strandline 5. Nest-like constructions created from roots and fishing line gathered along the strand line of a North Norfolk beach.

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Nest-like construction created from roots and fishing line gathered along the strand line of a north Norfolk beach

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack: Strandline - nest-like constructions created from roots and fishing line gathered from along the strand line of a north Norfolk beach

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack: Strandline - nest-like constructions created from roots and fishing line gathered along the strand line of a north Norfolk beach.

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack: Strandline - nest-like construction created from roots and fishing line gathered along the strand line of a north Norfolk beach. SOLD

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

Tidewrack. Each individual cover is plant dyed. The images are of the 13 nests which form "Tidewrack: strandline 2"

Rosalind Pounder
Rosalind Pounder

"Grass" Indian rag paper, seven images from "28 days : 28 nests" (Summer 2015 - a nest was made each day for 28 days from grass collected from garden, park, roadside and moorland). The cover is reused "Amazon" packaging and the book enhanced with raffia. Edition of 8