Ros says “I make artwork often using found material and found objects, as a whole or in pieces, selected because of their intrinsic qualities and aesthetics. I adapt and take on new working methods accordingly employing a variety of processes to develop new pieces. There is a conceptual starting point for much of my work and I work out my ideas in whatever material or form is appropriate. I research the material and objects I recycle looking into to the processes used to make them and how and why they were used and by whom. This informs and influences what I do with them and my choices of working method.”
Ros is currently working on a series of pieces based on the River Thames between Teddington Lock and the Barrier, a 28-mile stretch of tidal water. She is creating new artworks in response to different characteristics of the River discovered by walking along its banks.
1.5m x 1.5m x 0.7m (dimensions vary).