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Rosamond began art seriously when her family was young, and at that time painted mostly botanical studies.   She has exhibited a number of times at the Royal Horticultural Society for which she has been awarded medals. 
Later, Rosamond moved on to calligraphy and printmaking and she was accepted into the Art Workers Guild in Queen Square as a painter/printmaker.
It was the discovery of a book on English Field Names in the library at Flatford Mill, which prompted the field maps which she has developed over the last 15 years as a response to the enclosure of fields in England, and the names inherited by many fields.   This led Rosamond into a fascination with the names of birds, apples, English Dances and even English weather. 
For a time Rosamond taught calligraphy and basic bookbinding in Chelmsford prison, and also ran flower painting classes from home for many years, with a group of friends in Essex.  Recently she has taken up oil painting.
Past exhibitions include:
A garden exhibition at the Mall Galleries with other artists.
Accepted for the Summer Exhibition at the RA
Group shows with the Dunmow Art Group, and Cambridge Drawing Society.
Solo shows locally, or with her mother while she was still alive.