Rosemary Molesworth

Amaranth potter Rosemary Molesworth’s stylized work draws inspiration and humour from ritual, history and everyday life.

September 15, 2005 | | Artist in Residence

Amaranth potter Rosemary Molesworth’s use of stylized, naïve decoration in neutral tones adds a note of humour to subjects drawn from ritual, history and everyday life. Rosemary has a B.A. in art history from Queen’s University and a diploma in ceramics from Sheridan School of Crafts & Design. She is exhibiting in six local shows this fall, including the Festival Art Show & Sale, Mud Lovers and her own 14th annual open house.

Balance Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Balance Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Horse Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Horse Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Glad Tidings Angel Platter ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Glad Tidings Angel Platter ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Sybil Vase ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Sybil Vase ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Hope Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Hope Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Trio Under The Sun Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

Trio Under The Sun Plate ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

3 Lizard Vessel ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

3 Lizard Vessel ~ by Rosemary Molesworth

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