"Delights in experimenting with different art materials"

Ros Bieber

In my early life I was a concert pianist and harpsichordist; however, my career was cut short due to injury. I then became interested in painting and studied at the City and Guilds of London Art School for four years, where I was awarded a Diploma in Painting and an Arts Council prize in my second year.

I have explored many themes and found delight in experimenting with different art materials. Being fascinated by people, I made a series The Poetry of Everyday, using images from street life and finding poetry in the small dramas of everyday.

A few years ago, I made a series around the idea of fragments: traces of things left behind, the idea that nothing in fact dies as DNA is carried on through the ages.

I have come to love animals through drawing them, rather than the other way round. The tensions, the shapes they make and their gestures, being wild, are totally pure.

abstract artist
Ros Bieber

previous exhibitions at the bell gallery

works previously at the bell gallery:

Any works listed as AVAILABLE can be purchased from the gallery, please call 01986 894456 or email: jackie@thebellgallery.com


Organic Materials
Framed 64cm x 73cm

Pelican Mother and Child

Charcoal, tissue paper and pigment
Framed 90cm x 65cm


Monoprint, pigment and collage
Framed 67cm x 84cm

Blue-footed Booby

Monoprint, pigment and collage
Framed 50cm x 65cm


Monoprint, tissue paper and pigment
Framed 59cm x 69cm