Rosslynd Piggott is an artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Rosslynd Piggott’s work has received wide acclaim, having been represented in over 20 important solo exhibitions, and numerous prestigious curated exhibitions and events, both nationally and internationally. With such a strong exhibition history, beginning in 1981, the artist has maintained a very prolific practice, focusing on 3-dimensional works, painting and drawing. Piggott’s style is slow and deliberate, often using natural forms and systems as a starting point for painterly mediations. Her practice is influenced by Japanese culture, her delicate and airy images have been said to offer the merest wisp of the ungraspable.

Individual exhibitions have included regular showings with Sutton Gallery, since 1994, solo exhibitions at Gallery 360, Tokyo, A.R.T. (Art Residence Tokyo), Tokyo, international shows in Antwerp, Belgium, Saitama, Japan and the installation, Trace, as part of the 1999 Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK. In 1998, Rosslynd Piggott’s 3- Dimensional works were presented in an extensive and highly regarded survey exhibition, curated by Jason Smith, at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Piggott’s work has been invited into numerous group exhibitions and prizes, including: Australian Watercolours, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2005; The Cicely and Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Award, Ian Potter Centre: NGV:A, Melbourne, 2003; Our Place: Issues of Identity in Recent Australian Art, Palazzo Vaj, Prato, Italy, 2001; National Sculpture Prize & Exhibition, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2001; Fragments-Relation, Lunami Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 1998; and Inner Space: Fifth Australian Sculpture Triennial; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 1993.

In 2005 Piggott was commissioned to produce 3-dimensional displays incorporating archaeological artifacts for Melbourne Architect John Wardle. Piggott has been recipient of awards and grants, which have taken her to studios in Italy and Paris, and enabled her work to travel to exhibitions abroad, such as Belgium and Japan.

Piggott recently screened a video work, “Yamazakura”, at the new Shinsei Bank Art Program screen located on the Omotesando Hills building by Tadao Ando. It was accompanied by a new edition by Rosslynd Piggott also titled " Yamazakura ", an air collection of cherry blossom outside the Imperial Palace, Tokyo. She is considered as one of Australia’s most highly revered and critically acclaimed contemporary artists.

Rosslynd Piggott is represented by Sutton Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

Double – love flower eyes, shadow
Oil on linen
100 × 160cm