Rochelle Asquith is a multi-disciplinary artist from Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Her work has been published many times both online and in-print, and has been exhibited across the country.
Rochelle uses her work to explore dreams, the surreal, the imagined in contrast with the experienced. Spanning across printmaking, drawing, painting, and sculpture, Rochelle creates dreamy and magical atmospheres that entrance audiences and welcome them into her little world. To her, the imagined can be just as real as the experienced, when looked at the best way.
Rochelle is currently working on a full length comic book with funding provided by Unlimited.
All the World Is a Stage, Leeds Left Bank, March 29th 2019
Still Point Art Gallery, digital exhibition, November 2019
Kirkstall Art Trail, July 21st – 22nd 2019
Words of Hope, Sunday 27th October 2019
Phenomenal Women, Shanti Arts, digital exhibition, 2020
SCION, Cupola Gallery, Sheffield, 2021-2022
Ken Griffiths Bureau, February 9th – 20th, London, 2022
Empowering Arts, Norwich, July 18th – 21st, 2022
Queer Joy, Leeds, Residency 5th – 15th, show 16th – 21st September 2022
We Are Here, Cambridge ArtSpace, September 23rd – 25th, 2022
This IS a laughing matter, The Old Red Bus Station, Leeds, October 2022
Play & Compassion, Kingshill House, Surrey, 2023
Wakefield Art Walk (with Unlimited), March 2023
LGBTQ+ art fair, Our House Wakefield, May 2023
Kinda Weird Magazine, Pebbles People, NNC Magazine, Shelby x Studios Art and Activism magazine, Changing Womxn Collective, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Postcard Show 2021, Supporting Arts 2021 Exhibition, Camas (Winter 2019), Tabloid Art History zine (issue 1), Genre: Urban Arts Issue 8, Dog Ear, Cooltzine, Guillozine (Film issue), Dazed & Confused, Boshemia Magazine, Carcosa Magazine, Memoir Magazine, Permafrost Magazine, Shanti Arts LLC Still Point Art Gallery, Wingless Dreamer, TIMES V: Solidarity, Changeling Annual