While blending art, photography and illustration in the same piece, the London based creative celebrates texture shape and form without hesitating to mix multiple techniques – the visual, the digital and the manual. “I love taking images apart; reconstructing them, changing them up to create something that is part confusing, part satisfying,” Jones explains.
Growing up in a family open to artistic impulses, Rosanna Jones has always been passionate about creating with her hands. At the age of 14, she discovered photography and started mixing both of her passions, the visual and the manual creation. Today, her ability to reflect herself through her work has led her to produce art that is unique – in times when it’s difficult to be –, and to build a professional career from it, collaborating with well-known names in the fashion and music industry.
Photographing her subjects is only the start of a creative process that involves cutting printed images, tearing them apart, glueing, burning or even painting them. A cathartic performance of physical interaction between the artist and its creation, allowing Jones to defy the flat image, and overcome its bi-dimensional form.