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Rosey Prince


Black Swan Arts Open Exhibition

Frome, Somerset

15 July to 11 September 2022

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 21 June to 21 August 2022

The same age at different times an exhibition of paintings by artists participating on Turps Offsite Programme. Fitzrovia Gallery March 2022

In Absentia, an online show on A virtual space created by Turps Correspondence Course class of 19/20 to present our end of year show. 

Winter Edition of Works
online exhibition at 155A gallery
December 2020-January 2021


Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair:The Online Edition
12 November to 13 December 2020

Woolwich Print Fair.


Cluster Photography and Print Fair 47/49 Tanner St SE1 3PL

19-23 February 2020 

Drawings by Jason Line, ceramics by Dan Kelly and prints by Rosey Prince

8 to 23 November 2019
155A Gallery, 155A Lordship Lane,

London SE22 8HX

National Original Print Exhibition September 2019 awarded East London Print Prize 


Lewisham Arthouse Open Studios

21 and 22 September 2019

Saturday and Sunday 12-6pm

Pears, Lewisham Arthouse

31 May – 8 June 2019

Group show where each exhibiting member of the Lewisham Arthouse cooperative has invited a guest artist to show alongside them. Each pair of works will be hung side by side, encouraging a dialogue between them and hopefully allowing new conversations to form across the room.

I am pleased to be showing work in this exhibition with Monika Kita.




From the City to the Sea, Deptford does Art, 28 Deptford High St London SE8 4AF

30 January to 3 February 2019

This solo exhibition features work that has been inspired by walks around and along the river Thames over marshes and tributaries out towards the Thames estuary and the Isle of Grain.  This sparsely populated region between two rivers, the Thames and the Medway, has a complicated mix of industrial and literary history as well as being an important natural wetland area.  So close to London it is always a knife’s edge away from major development and yet has not changed very much (apart from the odd power station or gas silo) in centuries.  

I am drawn this desolate yet hauntingly beautiful landscape and the uneasy relationship between the semi-rural and semi-industrial.  These are the margins and edgelands the anonymous overlooked corners that are unremarkable and commonplace, so ordinary they are immediately familiar and recognisable. 

Many of the prints I am showing have been exhibited before in various group shows and selected exhibitions but it is the first time they have been shown all together.

St Nowhere

Group show curated by Rob Reed with Narbi Price,Gill Rocca and Rob Reed Lewisham Arthouse Gallery in July 2018

panel discussion, St Nowhere 2018

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