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Rose-Marie’s work is influenced by the 16 years she spent living in China. “The beauty and grandeur of the Chinese countryside is in my memory vision, as are the brush strokes and use of paint and ink and sensitivity of China’s artists’ hands,” says Rose-Marie. “I often work onplexi-glass and paint both sides simultaneously using both hands – engaging movement and depth. Some works are quiet contemplations of small movements of sky, water, wind – some note the stillness of early morning or late night filled with its mystery of becoming. It is part of human nature to express oneself and it is a drive that cannot be suppressed. I had seen this first hand when travelling in communist and totalitarian countries in the 70’s; the artists still brought forth their voices even though the government was severely stifling them. They voiced in oblique ways what they felt - how they thought - who they were."




  • SILVERMINE  Chairman of the Board of Directors



  • Silvermine School of Art

  • BFA, Manhattanville College

  • MBA, Wharton School of Business



  • 2015 Westport Art Center - Annual Juried Exhibit: Dreamscapes, Juror Alexandra Munroe, Ph.D., Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

  • 2015 Ridgefield Guild of Artists -  38th Annual Juried Exhibit

  • 2015 Solo " Color * Emotion * Space" Handwright Gallery, New Canaan CT

  • 2015 Bendheim Gallery - Greenwich Arts Society, Juror Margaret Ewing, MOMA NYC

  • 2015 FLINN Gallery - Greenwich Arts Society, Juror Christie Mitchell, Whitney Museum NYC

  • 2015 Loft Artist Association Annual Juried Exhibit, Juror Robbin Zella, Director & Curator Housatonic Museum

  • 2015 Rowayton Arts Center - Juried Exhibit, Juror Alex McFarlane

  • 2015 Silvermine Student Juried Exhibit

  • 2014 Silvermine Student Juried Exhibit



  • 2nd Place - The Dream Reader - 38th Annual Juried Show - Ridgefield Guild of Artists



  • Country and Abroad - August/September 2015 - " Connecticut Galleries" 

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