Rosalinda Kightley

Painter and book illustrator, Rosalinda Kightley loves to explore the countryside on foot to find inspiration for her work.

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Originals by Rosalinda Kightley

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Tussy Mussy
Acrylic on Board
25 w x 20 h (cm)
Framed
£ 395
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The Daffs
Acrylic on Board
41 w x 51 h (cm)
Framed
£ 795
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Dahlias
Acrylic on Canvas
76 w x 60 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 1500
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Pansies
Acrylic on Board
36 w x 28 h (cm)
Framed
£ 395
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Eight Cups
Acrylic on Canvas
51 w x 42 h (cm)
Framed
£ 695 ** Sold **
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The Flyby
Acrylic on Paper
18 w x 25 h (cm)
Framed
£ 525
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Pebbles
Acrylic on Board
35 w x 28 h (cm)
Framed
£ 495
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The Acorn
Acrylic on Board
30 w x 23 h (cm)
Framed
£ 395
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Shingle Beach
Acrylic on Paper
25 w x 18 h (cm)
Framed
£ 525 ** Sold **
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Briony
Acrylic on Canvas
62 w x 77 h (cm)
Framed
£ 1995
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Green Eyes
Acrylic on Paper
28 w x 20 h (cm)
Framed
£ 395

Prints by Rosalinda Kightley

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White Bunny
Giclee print on Paper
26 w x 36 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 78
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Night Owl
Giclee Print on Paper
36 w x 25 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 92
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Spring Bunch
Giclee Print on Paper
32 w x 25 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 78
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Pink Dahlias
Giclee Print on Paper
25 w x 33 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 78
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Snow Outside
Giclee Print on Paper
37 w x 24 h (cm)
Unframed
£ 78

About Rosalinda Kightley

Rosalinda studied Graphic Design at Kingston College of Art in the early eighties, then started her career designing books illustrating children’s picture books and board books that have been published in the UK and overseas.
Rosalinda's work now focusses on painting, mainly working in acrylics on board, canvas or paper, as she feels different surfaces lend themselves to different moods and subjects.

Exploring on foot is Rosalinda's favourite way to find inspiration. A garden whether grand or overgrown, country lanes and footpaths where things grow undisturbed. Looking at the colours and shapes, twists and turns of a plant make her want to pick up her paintbrush.

Her landscapes are an amalgamation of the bleak, desolate and lonely places that she finds so interesting. I try to capture an air of mystery and strangeness, like a story half told.

She paints from life, the many photographs taken whilst out walking, her memory and importantly, her imagination.