An established figurative painter, specialising in commissioned portraiture, Heath Rosselli applies the time-honoured techniques of Renaissance to produce paintings with depth and resonance of colour associated with the Old Masters.
The evolution of each portrait is achieved through the careful use of these classical techniques as well as the subconscious process of capturing the fundamental essence of the sitter in paint.
Heath has been painting professionally for 28 years, training in the studios of David Denby and Rosa Branson. During this time, Heath's acclaimed work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, The Louvre, The Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition and the New English Art Club, also at the Mall Galleries.
Heath's diverse and powerful work has attracted national media attention. Her compelling series of portraits painted for healing purposes have commanded international acclaim, featuring in The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, ITV News, BBC Look East, Radio 4 Woman's Hour and Radio 2.
In 1999, Heath won the Painter-Stainers Prize at the Annual Exhibition of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters at the Mall Galleries in recognition of 'Juliet's Reflection', part of the same series. She is an honorary Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and a Freeman of the City of London.