I've been featured on Microsoft social media, demonstrating my use of Surface Pro 4 and Adobe Creative Cloud. The shoot, in the beautiful Brecon Beacons, was great fun and I hope this comes across. To see the full spread, click here
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak to Mitch from pencilkings.com to talk about my mobile digital art. We cover the tools I use, the apps I like and speak on the subject of making art accessible to all.
Pencil Kings is a great educational art website, offering courses, live workshops and an active community of beginners and professional.
You can subscribe to the Pencil King podcast here
When my portraits appeared in the Apple Stores as part of their Start Something New campaign, I never expected it to lead to this.
I have been contacted by many people, from around the world, who say that they resemble my self portrait in the collection.
Here are a select few who have been find enough to share their (handsome) faces with me.
If you look like the portrait, or know anyone who does, you can join the cult gang by using the #doppelroz hashtag on Twitter and Instagram.
I'm very proud to announce that I have been working with Apple on their Start Something New campaign to promote artistic creativity using their devices. There is a full gallery of work produced on the Apple website and at their stores world-wide. I was commissioned to paint a series of portraits using the new iPad Air 2 and my app of choice, Procreate.
The portraits are of interesting characters I met at the University of Chichester, where I've recently completed a Masters, but also features the now obligatory self portrait.
The paintings will be featured in hundreds of Apple Stores world-wide, but if you're in the UK, you can see them at the following locations:
I am making 25 copies of my latest painting, The Green Lady (2014) available to purchase for £100 each. They will be printed on high quality photographic paper, (approximately A3 size), each personally signed and numbered. The Green Lady was painted on the iPad Air 2 using Procreate app and the SensuBrush.
Free postage within UK
$15 for USA
€12 for Europe
Please email for other destinations.
Payments can be made via PayPal. Please contact via the Work with me section to reserve your copy.
Two of my paintings have been selected to exhibit at the Paint by Pixels show at the Loft Gallery in Narrowsburg, New York.
“Paint By Pixels,” a group exhibit of digital paintings made on iPads and other tablets opens with a reception on Friday, August 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Delaware Arts Center’s Alliance Gallery in Narrowsburg, NY. The exhibit will be on view through September 6, 2014. This is exhibit is sponsored in part by Epson and ArtRage.
“We decided to have an iPad show, mainly, because it is a fun, immediate, and thoroughly democratic medium,” says Tom Bosket, the co-curator with Alexis Siroc of the “Paint by Pixels” exhibit.
Illustrators, artists, and graphic designers have started painting, drawing, and sketching without the need for art supplies, paper, and an easel. Several powerful painting and drawing apps—such as SketchBook Pro, ArtRage, Procreate 2, and Brushes—allow artists to create visual art on their tablets. Tablets also allow artists to “get messy” without any real mess, which is especially appealing to artists who are on the go.
The two portraits, Emma by mobile light (2013) and Palmer (2014) were both painted on a Microsoft Surface Pro using the free Windows8 Fresh Paint app.
I have two pieces showing in the Otter Gallery in Chichester, in the IMMINENT exhibition running from 16th May to 20th June, 2014. The exhibition is to demonstrate work in progress of the current cohort of Masters students at the University of Chichester.
Doors open 10am-6pm weekdays and 11am-5pm weekends.
There will be an artist Q&A on Wednesday 28th May, from 2-4pm, where you will be invited to discuss the work with the artists themselves.
It's a great honour to be featured in German's premium design magazine, PAGE. The June 2014 issue includes work by artist s working on a variety of tablet computers, such as iPad and Surface. Other artists to be included were Benjamin Rabe, Coal Father, Nikolai Lockertsen and Paul Vera-Broadbent.
More information can be seen here.
I have a double spread in January's issue of MacUser magazine, talking about my iPad art. The article, in the "Do try this at home" section, discusses how I got involved with the Mobile Digital Art movement and where I think Apple needs focus for the future.
MacUser can be found in your local newsagents or downloaded from the Newstand App or from Zinio.
On the 10th December, I presented a 1 hour lecture on the Mobile Digital Art movement, to A-Level students at the London Institute of Education. Since the event, I have had some very positive feedback from the participating students. They have been busy creating on their SmartPhones and Tablets and have shared pieces on Twitter and Instagram using #rozhall.