Roslyn Rose, a New Jersey native, studied art at Rutgers University, Pratt Institute, and Skidmore College (where she received her B.Sc.) She was a nationally recognized etcher for many years before becoming intrigued with the medium of computer manipulated photographic montages.
Ms. Rose’s art work is in the collections of many museums and corporations including the Newark Museum of Art; Voorhees-Zimmerli Museum at Rutgers, NJ; and the McAllen International Museum in Texas. She has participated in group shows throughout the United States. Awards include Best-in-Show at the Mountain Art Show, Bernardsville, NJ; Computer Art and Photography Awards at National Association of Women Artists Exhibitions; and The Directors’ Award at the Period Gallery, Omaha, NE. She recently received the Best-in-Show award at the International Society of Experimental Artists Annual Exhibition in Houston, Texas. A solo exhibition of Roslyn Rose’s “Hoboken Montages” was hosted by the Hoboken (NJ) Historical Museum in 2006 and her 2008 one-woman exhibit, “Past Tense,” was at Ceres Gallery in New York City. Recently her Photo Montages have been included in group exhibits at the Washington Gallery of Photography, Bethesda, MD; National Association of Women Artists at the Monroe Center for the Arts, Hoboken, NJ; “About Photography,” Victory Hall, Jersey City, NJ; and Longview (Texas) Museum of Fine Arts.