Art Edit 2021: Mrs Osborne’s Work Featured
We were pleased to discover that RGS Worcester Art Technician, Mrs Felicity Osborne, has her artwork featured in the ‘Art Edit 2021’ in the April edition of House and Garden magazine.
Mrs Osborne works part time in school, supporting the Art Department, by preparing workspaces, stretching canvases, mounting exhibitions and generally ensuring the schools creative spaces are all kept ‘ship-shape’. When not in school, Mrs Osborne can be found in her home studio in Worcester working on her signature large-scale, abstract artwork pieces. Using acrylic paint in the ‘Fluid Art’ technique, she creates vibrant paintings that exude fluidity and have a fragile, tonal quality.
Mrs Osborne comments: “Over the past year, in between working at school and helping with RGS’s Covid-19 testing, I have had the opportunity to develop my own artwork. It’s been well received, selling both in the UK and abroad. When House and Garden Magazine contacted me with an invitation to feature in the Art Edit, I was absolutely thrilled! So, something good has come out of the constraints of a long lockdown! “
Mrs Osborne has been part of the RGS community since 2006, with her two sons attending the School and has been working as our Art Technician for the past four years. She painted the beautiful blossom tree which was used for our installation for Stephen Lawrence Day and was featured in The RGS Times last week.
To see more of Mrs Osbornes work, click here.