Lawless is particularly interested in Architecture and space, Space not as container but as the contained - the solid volume of the air defined by objects: Interior space, open space or a very specific space such as a corner of a room, a window blind, the gaps between one room and another the way that walls meet at the top and sides, doorways, and corridors. She continues to explore these ideas of internal and external space as a way of comprehending notions of space and documenting the imagined and observed.
Rosalind Lawless studied Printmaking at the Royal College of Art gaining a Masters in fine Art Printmaking. She has since held shows throughout the UK and internationally. Lawless has most recently shown in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Collections include Aberdeen Art Gallery, Pallant House Gallery and Museum. Lawless has been awarded the Tim Mara Award for Screenprinting, Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross Travel Award, Glasgow Art Club Fellowship, Inverarity Travel Award.
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