Stephen Rosin, born in 1975, is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist working with ink, beeswax, gunpowder, bullet lead, digital photography, and a variety of other unusual mediums.
The winner of the prestigious Barclays Bank L’Atelier award in 2009, Rosin’s artistic practice is characterized by a conceptual approach to socio-political commentary and subtle satire which he achieves through intricate and detailed imagery.
His work is held in the Sasol, Telkom, and Absa corporate art collections, to name a few, as well as in the permanent collections of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
Rosin lives and works near Plettenberg Bay in South Africa.
'Birds of a Feather' is intended as an ironic reflection on the complexities of human identity. We are all unique individuals, made up of elaborate and convoluted characteristics which conjoin to form our distinctive personalities. A cacophony of discordant elements united somehow to sing a remarkable song.