Rosalind Brenner is an artist in poetry, painting, collage, and stained glass. She has many shows to her credit and is collected by art lovers throughout the world.
Rosalind creates paintings and collage in her East Hampton studio. She uses color passionately, calling on the viewer to travel her art, capturing attention with a figure nearly obscured but present, or a passage of landscape, to beckon us further into the depth of the work.
Her abstractions reveal alphabets and recognizable objects. She uses the in and out of broken line and space to further the illusion of entering a world that she sees and one which she wishes her viewer to share.
Rosalind's work is a fusion of the traditional and the purely imaginative. She paints interior landscapes, which range from pure abstraction to fanciful figures and landscapes. Her stained glass background is evident in her use of color, line and shape. Her works depict her response to her travels and to living in this beautiful environment.
Hers is a subjective, emotional expression of her thoughts, memories of place, or reaction to events, that emerge on paper or canvas through her creative spontaneous act.
Selected Art Shows: Rebecca Cooper Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY; De Cordova Studio and Gallery, Greenport, NY; Surface Library, East Hampton, NY; Guild Hall East Hampton, NY; Jade Nectar Gallery, Southampton, NY; Crazy Monkey Gallery, Amagansett, NY; Gone Local Gallery, Amagansett, NY; Deborah Davis Fine Art, Hudson, NY; National Art League, Douglaston, NY.
Selected One Woman Shows: “Montage: Canvas, Paper, Scissors, Paint”, Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery, “Possibilities/Energy Paintings,” Sarah Lawrence College Gallery, Bronxville, NY; “Dreamscapes,” Great Neck Art Center, Great Neck, NY; “Of Spirit Of Nature,” Estia, Amagansett, NY; “Works on Paper,” Gallery Eclectic, Southampton, NY.
Her work is among the collections of the Gund family, Alec Baldwin, and Marci Klein, among many others.