Jackson’s Open Art Prize: Runner up prize

The inaugural Jackson’s Open Art Prize winners and runners-up have been selected from 3,100 submissions entered by artists from all over the world. ‘Here you can really see the breadth and diversity of the entries we received… the standard throughout the competition has been so high that we felt they…





‘This is by far the biggest and the best woodcut that I’ve seen in some time.’

Review of the 299th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries, London. “This is by far the biggest and the best woodcut (below) that I’ve seen in some time. Laura Rosser who produced it is a Faculty Member of the Plymouth University.” By Making…





Gwen May Prize Winners

‘Congratulations to the winners of the Gwen May RE Student Prize 2015 Laura Rosser and Masaharu Imamiya, who each win a two year free associate membership to the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers plus £1000.’ ‘Based in Cornwall, Laura Rosser completed her MA in Contemporary Art Practice at Plymouth University in…





Four graduates talk about their careers and why they’ve gravitated to Royal William Yard, Plymouth’s cultural quarter.

“As a University Printmaking Technician and student of Fine Art I live and breathe art every day. Artists are really critical of their work, but as part of a group MA show here at Royal William Yard, I feel really happy with how it looks. My degree has totally changed the…





Angie Lewin curator of The Masters – Relief Prints exhibition selects ‘Golden Girl’ by Laura Rosser as a example of the diversity of the work on show.

Many thanks to everyone who came along to the opening of The Masters – Relief Prints, the first in a series of technique-specific annual exhibitions presented by the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. I’ve had the honour of curating this event which runs until the 15th of November 2015 at…