Exhibtions and Gallery Links

Rosie has been exhibiting and selling her work for over 3 decades, this is a page of links to current and previous collaborations and exhibitions, click buttons and images for further info. This page contains links to current and past exhibitions, an overview. Listed most recent first – do use socila media link for most up to date info.

Exhibtions and Gallery Links

Biography and links to exhibitions and galleries displaying Rosie's works:


A Rich Tapestry of Art

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In reflecting on their collections, the National Gallery recognises, that in a vast 2,300 paintings spanning the 13th to early 20th century, only 21 are by women. It’s a shocking figure, and one that they use to tell a story around the “gender gap in art history”, the representation of women, and the barriers and obstacles that women faced when engaging with the art world. Today, whilst gender in itself is not a direct barrier to participation, pervasive societal inequalities that predominantly disadvantage women, continue to mean that the conversation around art and gender is of critical importance, both in relation to how women access the art world, and the role that the art they create has on the conversation.

October 2923, Artizan Gallery hosted its first ever “Women’s Open Exhibition”. Whilst historically we have had all-female line-ups frequently at the gallery, this will be the first time we have curated an exhibition with this intention at the outset, and beyond this, it will be a chance to have conversations about the history of women in art and the barriers and inequalities still present today.

International Original Print Exhibition 2023

21 September – 1 October 2023

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An exciting and eclectic range of works selected for this year’s International Original Print Exhibition, an open submission exhibition established by the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers which celebrates the best in all forms of contemporary printmaking.

SHIM Social Justice | Exquisite Codes Berlin AND SHIM Bridgeport, Connecticut, US.

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June 17 – August 18, 2023

Simultaneously at Bla-Bla Projektraum, Berlin, DE and SHIM Bridgeport, Connecticut, US.

The SHIM “Exquisite Codes” project began in 2020 as a response to the Covid pandemic lock-downs. Using the surrealist Exquisite Corpse concept of an interactive and absurdist parlor game applied to a time when actual human connectivity was at a nadir. The game allowed many artists to contribute to a single shared art object that was playful and unpredictable, but that could be produced remotely, “stitched together”, shipped easily, and yet maintain a “corporeal presence” that contained the same auratic shadow of a typical art object. The model was simple. Any group of artists can be understood as a single entity, or body, and be uploaded into a digital space where each individual can be seen separately. This part- the code- is an essential part of the new version of this idea. The QR code placed near the object instantly lets the viewers into the digital space where the original art objects exist. This creates a simultaneous effect of binding the analog and digital into one coherent practice. Low cost, high value, near zero carbon footprint (printing of the codes, or corpses is done locally), no shipping costs, no customs. Finally SHIM can now accelerate artists accessing the analog gallery space and their own Artsy data and sales archive; a near perfect way to travel art without all the attendant risks and costs, all the while building community among artists, and the global audience.


SHIM Art Network at Aqua Art Miami 2022

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November 30 – December 30, 2022 SHIM/Social Justice UK at Aqua Art Miami 2022 | Organized by Amy Jackson | Hosted by SHIM Art Network. Click image for link.
Poster for Rosie Burns Artist Exhibition Bude Castle 2023 COASTS AND COMTENPLATIONS

Coasts and Contemplations
Paintings and Prints – Bude Castle

Rosie’s paintings, in oil and watercolour,
depict expansive and dramatic skies,
landscapes and coast. The prints in this
exhibition explore other investigations
and contemplations.



Above is a gallery of various exhibitons and connections – here is a biography:

Exhibitions – incomplete list ..
2023 Curtain Twitchers – https://www.uncoveredcollective.org/open-call
2022 Seasonal local exhibitions including Burton Art Gallery Christmas open, Artizan Collective winter Open, various pop up seasonal fayres and events.
2022 Miami Art week, collection of eco prints part of the SHIM Social Justice exhibit https://www.artsy.net/search?term=Rosie%20Burns
2022 Im So Sickle – collection of eco prints as part of a Uncovered Collective Group show, Stoke Newington London https://www.uncoveredcollective.org/sickle-of-it
2022 Solo show of work at the Willoughby Gallery, Bude Castle Cornwall.
2022 Above and Below – group exhibition Artizan Collective Torbay: https://www.art-hub.co.uk/ex/time22
2022 Curator for fundraising exhibition – 50 artists work exhibited to raise funds for RNLI Appledore Life Boats, North Devon.
2022 Collection of works accepted by Greenhill Arts, Mortenhampstead, Dartmoor, Devon and Salar Gallery, Hatherleigh, Devon – ongoing
2022 Retrospect Sweet Art London – Art Bypass Gallery Group Exhibition
2022 Ongoing collection of work with London House Studio and Galleries Bideford https://www.instagram.com/london_house_bideford/
2021 Sea, Sky, Sirens, Marigolds and Covid Corner, solo exhibition: https://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/g21-rb.shtml
2021 Edition 7, 44 AD Bath – prints exhibited as part of a printmakers exhibition
2019-22 Jill Rousseau Gallery – Sirens, a collection of female nudes
2021 Studio 4 Street Totnes – large body of work exhibited, as galleries reopened after lockdown.
2021 Art in the Time of Corona – The Artists Table online exhibition.
2020 The ING Discerning Eye Exhibition Mall Galleries London
2020 The Jill Rousseau Gallery Bideford – Artist Showcase for Christmas.
2020 South West Academy of Arts – annual exhibition.
2020 The Art Hunt – Health Over Wealth print as part of We Are Sweet Art outside interactive C-19 response show, Shoreditch London
2020 The Resilient Self – group show, The Artist Pool, Espacio Gallery Shoreditch London.
2020 ongoing Collection of work displayed / for sale at British Language Training Centre, Amsterdam
2019 Digital Display of large paintings – Art Box Project Zurich – Swiss Art Expo
Zurich central train station
2019 Marigold Men are part of Stand Out an exhibition at Studio 102 in Plymouth
2019 Marigold Man has Spring Clean Blues selected and exhibited as part of the Bath Society of Artists annual exhibition – Victoria Gallery Bath.
2019 Muse – prints as part of Muse Exhibition 44AD Bath
2018 Abattoir painting as part of Sweet Art’s Unspoken Exhibition at the Stash Gallery near Tower Bridge in London
Rosie has exhibited nationally and internationally since 2004.

2018 Group Show New Art Gallery – Amsterdam Netherlands

2017 Duo show with Andres Cimas at New Art Gallery Amsterdam Netherlands
2017 Artist in Residence: NOA AIR – National Open Art Artist in Residence Bargehouse Oxo Tower, South Bank London
2017 Femfest – feminist prints displayed as part of We Are Sweet Art weekend show Tanner Street London
2017 Naughty and Nice – Espacio Gallery Bethnal Green – Sweet Art Christmas Show

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2014 / 2016 Make Space – over a 2 week period Rosie transformed a large gallery space into a studio and filled the walls of the Gallery with new works, (http://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/index.shtml and www.rosieburnsartist.com for further information)

2012 Magpie, Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes, Devon, UK
2013 She Sea Sky, Studio 11, Southend on Sea Essex, UK
2011 She Sea Sky, Guild Gallery Bristol UK
2009 CHAMBR – collaborative poems and pictures, Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, North Devon
2010 She Sea Sky, Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes, Devon, UK
2007/8 Rosie Burns a Collection of Paintings, SAID Business School, Kennington Oxford University, UK

2006 – 2016 10 annual solo exhibitions at the Harbour House Gallery Kingsbridge, Devon, England, UK – see archive pages: http://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/index.shtml

2004 Solo ShowRosie Burns’ Sir John Cheshire Gallery, St Thomas’, Jersey, exhibiting ceramics, paintings, prints and wood carvings.