Rosina started exhibiting work in London in the seventies, at the Royal Overseas League and was a member of the Hesketh Hubbard Art Society (under the auspices of the Federation of British artists) based at the Mall Galleries. Subsequent prestigious exhibitions have included:
Rosina's studio will be open during Bucks Open Studios weeks, from 10th June to 25th June 2017.
Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 2-6 p.m.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Other venues have included many galleries in London and Paris, amongst which are the Roy Miles Gallery and the Medici gallery, both in Mayfair; Lauderdale House in Highgate, the Bloomsbury Gallery, Brighton Polytechnic Art Gallery and the Gallerie Hautefeuille on the Left Bank in Paris.
Rosina has work in private and public collections in 17 countries including Europe, Scandinavia, USA, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.
Works have been published as Greetings cards and have been purchased by a Designer Guild consultant and a private hospital in London.
In 1987 she was invited to be listed in the "Who's Who in Art". More recently, work was sold to Stevenage Borough Council and the Hotel Svendborg in Denmark, for their collections of contemporary art.
Rosina is an associate member of the Société des Artistes Franais (Paris salon) and a member of Buckinghamshire Art society, the Free Painters and Sculptors and the Chiltern Arts Forum. Her studio is open once a year as part of the Visual Images Art week.
In 2000, six paintings were exhibited at the DFN Gallery in Manhattan, New York City, as part of NYAD2000 a "British Artists' Prestige Debut" promotion.
Her paintings have been on show, by invitation, at Marks and Spencers Head Office, at Buckinghamshire County Museum and at the Waldorf Hotel, London.
Rosina was invited to show her work at the Florence Biennale in 2003.
Rosina's work won an international competition through the Minerva club website on the Internet. Rosina's work is also featured in the Daler Rowney video 'Understanding Acrylics'.
In October 2004, Rosina's work was on show at Olympia "On the Wall" Exhibition, and six landscapes were on show at Aylesbury Museum "Off the Wall" Exhibition. One of her paintings was selected for exhibition by The Royal Marine Society at the Mall Galleries.
In June 2005, one of her painting was shown at the Artists and Illustrators Exhibition at the Business Design Centre in Islington.
Two of Rosina's paintings were displayed at the prestigious annual exhibition of the Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries in May 2006.
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