Rosalind Bush’s art making is steeped in classical antiquity. Finding inspirational imagery in various art books, she re-appropriates well-established iconography across the fine art landscape. Rosalind is primarily concerned with studying the figure, often referencing the works of the Great Masters or photo portraits from National Geographic. Experienced with papier-mâché, markers, and various other media, the artist most recently works in acrylic or watercolor as she focuses on refining her new body of figurative paintings. Rosalind chooses to define areas of her subject with dark outlines, bringing attention to the foreground. The eyes of her subject are sharp and often pupil-less. This exclusive style enhances the artist’s distinctive aesthetic in a way that is energetic and blunt.