Rose-Marie Caldecott grew up in Oxfordshire, receiving her Fine Art degree from Falmouth University in 2014, and is currently based in Ashburton, Devon in the UK.

‘I create symbolic and semi-abstract landscape paintings. My artwork conceptually explores the dynamic, transient experience of being alive. I’m interested by the human longing for stability and permanence in the face of a fluctuating reality. My painting process itself explores these ideas, combining fluid and controlled layers of paint, as well as the visual symbols I draw upon.

My recent work depict points of light within dark spaces, trees communicating below and above ground through channels of light- the hidden networks that connect all things, seen and unseen. I have been painting the experience of grief, the threshold between life and death, hope and despair.’