Marci Rosin began making art early in her life, drawing inspiration from cartoons such as Jem and the Holograms and Biker Mice From Mars. As her life and work progressed, Marci began to use these characters to tell her own narratives, expressing personal anecdotes, opinions and advice in large text on the reverse side of her illustrations. Working at a rapid pace, Marci’s process comes through in the completed images as drips, strokes of paint and dashes of line evocative of the 20th Century Abstract Expressionists. Her written edgy quips share a similar gesture and speed with the marks of her paintings.