Welcome fellow readers to A Morbid Minute, an exploration into the unknown where you get a brief glimpse of people who will definitely satisfy your morbid curiosity!
This week, Morbid Planet sits down with Rose Black, an amazing dark artist. Without further ado, Miss Rose Black…
Erin Chapman: Tell us a little about yourself and what you do? How you got into this line of work?
Rose Black: I drew a lot as a young girl, and since 2017 I have been able to develop freely artistically.I want to show my fellow human beings that there are not only the beautiful things in the world. The loss, the depression and the pain are part of our lives. I want to show that no one is alone with it.
Erin Chapman: How long have you been doing this?
RB: I started professional painting in the summer of 2017.
EC: Can you tell us a little about your process? What inspires you and how long does each piece take?
RB: I like to take on the things people deal with in serious cases. It takes me between four and six weeks to finish a work.
EC: Since you started this journey, what has been your most memorable moment?
RB: My first memorable moment in my art career was the first regional newspaper report. This was followed by some reports and exhibitions of my work. But most important to me are the people who understand my art. My goal is to help people through my art. I want to give people strength to keep looking forward.
EC: What is a fun fact that many people don’t know about you?
In fact, a lot of people find it strange that I love jazz. I love this music. And many think I listen to heavy metal. But heavy metal music can also be melodic and beautiful
EC: Where can our readers find you online and with social media?
RB: I have my own art page on Facebook. And I also have my own fashion line. This clothing line was created a year ago together with my business partner from Canada. My business partner has her own internet shop. And she really wanted me to be there as her designer. Since then I have created my own clothing line with her. Instagram.
EC: What’s next for you? Do you sell your creations? If so, what would be the best way for our readers to reach out?
RB: I am selling my works. But I also offer art prints, which are also a bit cheaper. Some would like to be portrayed as mythical creatures.That gives me great pleasure. Because I can then kidnap people into another world.
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