Rosalind Wyatt

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An international artist with a studio in Chiswick, Rosalind studied Calligraphy and bookbinding at Roehampton, mixed media and textiles at The Royal College of Art, London, and Zen brushwork in Japan. Her calligraphy is sought after by designers (Fox Linton), fashion houses (Burberry, Hogan, Swarovski, David Beckham, Fendi, Vivienne Westwood) and the film industry.

Rosalind  created  ‘The  Stitch  Lives  of  London’  hand-­‐stitched  text  with  textile  as  unique  handwriting.  Stitched stories include Jude Law’s shirt in Hamlet, and with The New Craftsmen (London), a trench coat commissioned  by Burberry, telling the epic tale of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and the invention of gabardine.

Her collage paintings of textile and large brush calligraphy are publicly collected and commissioned by designers, including Nicky Haslam. Rosalind lectures widely, including Victoria & Albert Museum and Cambridge University. Her art and bespoke handcraft is shown in galleries and museums in the UK, Switzerland, USA and Japan. Rosalind Wyatt is born and raised in London.