1937 - ?

Moss Fuller

As Rosamund Moss Steed, she was born at Ipswich in 1937, daughter of Cyril Frederick Steed (16 May 1904-1975), a solicitor and farmer, and his wife Mary Gertrude Moss Campbell née Seabrook (29 May 1907-1990), who married at Ipswich in 1932 and in 1939, were living at 6 Warren Heath Road, Ipswich. Moss studied at St Martin's School of Art and printmaking at the Royal College of Art under Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988), also studying sculpture under Elizabeth Frink [q.v.] and Robert Clatworthy [q.v.]. As Miss Rosamund Steed, a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1959-1962 and exhibited from Ivy Cottage, Great Bealings, Ipswich in 1958, two watercolours 'Young Poplars at Bealings' and 'Circus Stables' and a lithography 'Back Garden', in 1959 two etchings 'Corn Stocks' and 'Shrubs and Trees'. She married at Laxfield, Suffolk in 1962, Ronald Harry J. Fuller [q.v.] and they had three sons Mark, Sam and Jake, and now works under the name of Moss Fuller. After living at Bristol and Sevenoaks, in 1972, together with her family, she returned to Suffolk, living at Willow Cottage, Chattens Lane, Laxfield where she ran her own etching workshop and also runs workshops for fellow artists and friendly competitors. She also taught at Gainsborough's House, Sudbury and was an early member of the Gainsborough House Print Workshop. Moss paints in watercolours, drawing in the landscape from Laxfield to the sea and has exhibited widely in the provinces with solo exhibitions at Gainsborough House and taking part in 'Landscape & Figures' at North House Gallery, Manningtree, Essex. Moss has also exhibited at Suffolk Group, Peter Pears Gallery; Norwich Printmakers, Norwich Print Fair; Apex Gallery, Bury St Edmund's and Edmunds Gallery, Bury St Edmund's and elsewhere. An associate member of Craftco, Southwold and runs the print gallery and print bins in the shop, where her work can also be seen.

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