Eloise Rowley: Churnet View
21 March—1 May 2008
In the Gallery Café
Eloise Rowley, still from ‘Churnet View’, 2008 Film, 2:50 mins Eloise Rowley graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2007.
Professor Maurice Cockrill RA, the Keeper of the Schools, describes her as an exemplary student, devoted to her work and anxious to develop it in a unique and progressive way.
“Eloise has made a truly original fusion of drawing and film, both skills being combined to produce sequences of a most sophisticated and magical kind, with great subtlety and grace. Her technical artwork and her hand drawing skills are of the most refined sort and she is able to utilise her many abilities in a poetic, lyrical and imaginative way.”
For enquiries please contact Irina Zaraisky on 020 7300 5650 or email the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The RA Schools offer a unique, three-year period of Fine Art Postgraduate study. Upholding the founding principles of the Royal Academy of Arts, the Schools offer tuition free of charge to all students accepted onto the programme.
The Postgraduate Diploma attracts applicants both nationally and from all over the world. The annual intake may include those coming direct from undergraduate study alongside those who may have spent time working independently. On average, a year group comprises 18 individuals whose studio practice is informed by a wide range of contemporary fine art disciplines.
The postgraduate programme is suitable for any artist seeking to develop studio-based practice informed by a critical and supportive atmosphere. Studio work may take the widest definition of painting, sculpture and printmaking - including photography, video and time-based media.
Past artists who have studied at the RA Schools include William Blake, JMW Turner, John Everett Millais and John Constable, and, more recently, Sir Anthony Caro, John Hoyland, Sandra Blow, Paul Huxley, Peter T Rippon, Christian Ward, Lucy Williams and Reece Jones.
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