Mick Rooney, RA – Scene in a Landscape – at the Fosse Gallery

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Scene in a Landscape – The new Exhibition at the Fosse Gallery, Stow on the Wold – Sunday 13th May to Saturday 2nd June 2012

Mick Rooney was born in 1944 and studied at Sutton and Wimbledon Colleges of Art, the Royal College of Art and The British School in Rome. He has taught at several art colleges in the UK and has been Head of Painting at the Royal Academy Schools. He was elected Royal Academician in 1991.

Mike Rooney - Cattle FarmerMike Rooney – Cattle FarmerMick Rooney’s work strives to continue a narrative, poetic, humanistic tradition in painting. Mankind is central to his work; sometimes in stories from his own personal history, his travels and small events of the everyday. His paintings explore the inner mythologies, neurosis, dreams and secrets that are so much a part of today’s social landscape.

‘His [Rooney’s] engagement is to humanity at large; his allegiance is to art at large. His delight is in what paint can do and how it can deliver, again and again in so many different ways, what the imagination will conceive.’
Professor Norbert Lynton

He has had many solo and joint exhibitions in the UK and Europe and the USA. His work is in many public collections throughout the world including: ‘The Financial Times’, A J Kearney, London Transport, De Beers, Foundation Ralli (Punta del Este, Uruguay), the Gulbenkian Foundation and the Jerwood Foundation. Also, he has work in private collections including: Sir Paul McCartney, Michael Mann and Paul Theroux.

Fosse Gallery Fine Art

The Manor House, The Square, Stow on the Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 1AF

Telephone 01451 831319

[email protected]

The Gallery is open Monday – Saturday 10.30 – 17.00

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