Rob Ryan


New exclusive screenprint for YSP

To mark the release of his monograph ‘I Thought About It In My Head And Felt It In My Heart, But I Made It With My Hands’ Rob has created a limited edition screen print especially for Yorkshire Sculpture Park which was released at a celebratory talk and book signing at YSP this June.

Created in an edition of 100, each print is signed by Rob and available exclusively from YSP Shop


Rob Ryan for GRO

Rob has collaborated with GRO, the original and leading global sleep bag brand recommended by leading safe sleep charity The Lullaby Trust. The beautiful collection, Summer DaySpring Morning and Night Fall have been inspired by that special moment between baby and parent just before bed-time. This heartfelt collection stitched with love and kindness is brought to you by The Gro Company.

“Now is the end of another day, it’s time to snuggle down inside your cosy nest. Tomorrow will be full of yet more fun and play but sleepy eyes and sleepy wings need lots of rest.

The full collection is now available in all Mothercare stores and online through GRO’s website.


New prints and papercuts at AAF Battersea

TAG Fine Arts will present a new body of Rob’s work at Affordable Art Fair Battersea this Autumn consisting of highly coloured and multilayered screenprints and papercuts.

AAF Battersea, Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London SW11 4NJ.

Thursday 18th – Sunday 21st October

For full details including opening times see here.


‘I Thought About It in My Head and I Felt It in My Heart but I Made It with My Hands’

Wednesday 30th May, 2018

Rob’s new Monograph, the first book of his collected artwork, is now out. Bringing together work from every facet of Rob’s career to date, and through an accompanying text written specially for the book explores the themes, styles, palettes, and preoccupations present throughout.

Available to order here.


Exhibition of new work at William Morris Gallery, London

Friday 19th October, 2018 - Thursday 31st January, 2019

A solo exhibition of new work which features highly patterned original papercuts and limited edition silkscreen prints created in response to the William Morris Gallery’s collection.
To accompany the exhibition, Rob has designed and produced a range of merchandise for the Gallery shop. Exclusive to the Gallery throughout the exhibition the range includes ceramics, glassware and a limited edition lasercut.

Patterns and words and pictures, pictures and words and patterns, I don’t want them to live apart and segregated. It’s always been my aim to somehow weave them all together to keep each other company, nobody in the world should have to feel alone.”

William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, London E17 4PP.
Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. Free entry.
For more information see here.

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