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American contemporary Artist and Educator Rosanne Walsh (b. 1964, Woonsocket, RI) was raised in Massachusetts, schooled in Rhode Island, worked in New York, and is now a practicing studio artist in Connecticut.

Walsh’s collage work can be seen primarily in Cut Me Up Magazine (Issues 8, 9, 10 & 12) and in the touring project, Unconnected Yet, Produced by The Boston Bengal Bridge, so far exhibited in Kolkata, India and Lorne, Australia.

Her collage work sometimes bleeds into assemblage. These more dimensional works were exhibited in 2023 in Imploding Meaning, at Vassar College’s Palmer Gallery, Poughkeepsie NY.

Walsh's paintings have been included in exhibitions the Riverfront Art Gallery, Yonkers, NY: Memento Mori, The Wild Side, Soul Works, and Just Friends.

Following a decades long position, as a  Public School  Art Teacher, her focus has shifted inward, to her studio practice. Walsh holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, in Film, Video and Animation and an M.Ed from Lesley University, in Curriculum Design, Arts in Education.

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