Ros Muston lives in the Nillumbik Shire. She uses Judy Trembath's Twin Choughs Pottery in Cottlesbridge to make her ceramics and Baldessin Studio at St Andrews for her printmaking. She is the a member of the Committee of Management of the Baldessin Studio.
Roslyn Muston has spent most of her adult life studying and working in environmental science in NSW, QLD and the ACT. When she moved to Melbourne on 2008 she switched the focus of her interests and her career to develop an art practice across the mediums of painting, ceramics and printmaking.
Roslyn now mainly focusses on printmaking and ceramics. She began printmaking in 2016 after discovering the magic and alchemy of metal plate etching. Her printmaking practice now often combines traditional etching methods with collagraph, monoprint and drypoint. Her works on paper are created at the Baldessin Studio where she is a member of the studio management and technical support team.
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