Says Greg McGee of Rosemary Milner, "Rosemary's work stands out as intelligently composed, intelligently branded stuff. Art that has that familiar vibe, as if you've always known it was there but are always happily surprised by just how good it is, is rare, especially for new artists. You see her work and you think, 'this has international appeal'. It could sell anywhere. Crucially, it is also steeped in the rural atmosphere of Britain. This is something that British artists do very well. They're able to translate their very ideas, even something as rural and as traditional as a stag or a sparrow into something with a global reach. I suppose if you have an emotional and cultural investment in something, you can't fake it. And that authenticity delivers, every time." Co-director Ails McGee agrees, "The North East is always going to serve as an inspiring touchstone. What's especially appealing is that Rosemary is a craftswoman. Her depictions of Britain's rural wildlife are very carefully realised. We weren't surprised when she sold so well at the Private View." Rosemary says, "This exhibition is an amazing opportunity for me as an Artist to showcase my work within a wonderfully creative environment such as According to McGee! I am very pleased to be working along side such an exciting gallery in the 'New Visuality' exhibition and am overwhelmed by the positive response to the work so far".