Painter, author, principal of rosenworld, a design studio. Inspired by artists like Stuart Davis, Patrick Caulfield and Robyn Denny, her work takes typography and graphic design to a painterly level. Enjoys the impossible contrast between an organic medium and plane geometry. “Painting? It’s like trying to build a city out of Vaseline,” she says. She paints with hot, coloured wax. In other words, encaustic. She can draw circles around other people that can draw circles, and claims to have won all the usual awards.
Born New York City 1955 BFA Painting Rhode Island School of Design 1977
SPRING BREAK NEW YORK 2020
SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC 2020
2019 Chashama New York City: COLOR POP!
TAKE HOME A NUDE, SOTHEBY’S NEW YORK, September 2019
2016 PARASOL PROJECTS: “I don’t know what it is, but I want to eat it!”
Exhibition curated by John Cheim, Cheim and Read Gallery, New York
Galerie Pixi, Paris
She teaches a popular creativity workshop called “How to Make Mistakes on Purpose” which she has held for Google, Adobe, TED-X and Starbucks, among others. http://www.mistakesonpurpose.com