Rosie Carter’s work is desolate and romantic. It unfailingly draws strangers off the street into the gallery. It tells stories that feel stark and comfortingly inevitable, like sudden autumn storms stripping golden leaves from tree branches in one gust before you’ve even acknowledged that summer has passed.
We always love representing Rosie and sharing in the enjoyment and discovery people experience when they notice that the birds on that one move, the moths on that one twirl, and the clouds on that one are worked from metal even though they feel so light and delicate. Her work is a joy to look at and a joy to talk about.
This Friday evening is Durango’s annual Fall Gallery Walk, and Studio & will be showcasing Rosie’s current body of work. Join us, tell stories with us, celebrate autumn and beautiful art.