1. What is your name and what is your business name? Where can we find you through social media?

I am Roslyn Rose and my business is called Roslyn Rose Studios. I am a new artist in Rochester and I so happy toPenguins have found such a welcoming art community.

I can be contacted at the following email addresses and social medias.

My blog.
My personal Facebook page.
My Facebook business page.
My LinkedIn account.

2. How long have you been an artist and how did you get started?
I was told I was an ‘artist’ in the second grade. From that day forward, I considered myself an ‘artist.

3. Explain a bit about your process, please.

I digitally blend multiple photographs to create images that may suggest the past, the future or a new reality. I juxtapose the neglected with the occupied, the deserted with the inhabited, one place with another, or the past with the present.


4. What’s the comment heard most about your art?
Many people look at my finished prints and ask, “How did ever you do that?”

5. What is one thing people find surprising about how your art is created?
Viewers of my artwork are always surprised how the collaging of different images become so integrated.

6. What’s the one tool you couldn’t live without, in creating your art?

As my work is so technically involved, I cannot live without my cameras, computer, scanner, and printers.

7. How has your art changed over time?
I originally was a painter but then became addicted to printmaking, especially etching. Later I started to combine photography with my prints. The development of Photoshop drew me to concentrate on photography and image manipulation.

8. What’s your favorite part about making your pieces? Least favorite?
I love the possibilities available to me by combining different photographs to produce montages that ask to the viewer to blend their own imagination with the illusions I present. I enjoy everything about the technique I use to produce my prints.

9. What’s your dream project?
My dream project at the moment is to have an exhibit in Rochester.

New Studio
10. Where is your art available for purchase?
My art is available for purchase at my studio in the Anderson Arts Building, 250 N. Goodman Street, #402. The studio is open to the public on most First Fridays and by appointment.

I am represented in New York City by the Ceres Gallery, 547 West 27th Street, #201. I also ship work to buyers who contact me thru my website.


I am ‘back in the game’ again. Last year I didn’t have time to enter an ArtSlant Showcase, so it was fun to enter the “Beach House” from my portfolio,  A Different View, in the first Showcase of 2016. Today I received this message: Great News! You have been selected as a Winner in the 1st 2016 ArtSlant Prize Showcase! 

I can also announce that I have completed my first Photographic Montage of 2016. “Encounter” is also part of the  “A Different View” portfolio.

From the portfolio, A Different View
From the portfolio, A Different View



Photographic Montage from "A Different View" portfolio by Roslyn Rose
Photographic Montage from “A Different View” portfolio by Roslyn Rose

My August Interview at hob’art gallery

When you have some free time, please watch Public Voice Salon. Episode No. 116. July 26, 2015. Hob’art .mov

John Briden interviewed Liz Cohen, Ibou Ndoye and me at my last public appearance at the hob’art gallery. Leaving Hoboken and my friends, fellow artists at the gallery, has left an empty space in my life. I miss them all so the interview was a bittersweet ending. I am still a part of the gallery and hope to send artwork to shows in 2016.


Moved into My New Studio in Rochester, NY today!

It finally happened! I moved into a lovely studio space that I am sharing with Nancy Valle, a ceramic artist. 6 big windows with a view of the Memorial Art Gallery and near the Eastman Museum. All I have to do now, is unpack 50 boxes, put everything away, place art on the walls, and be ready for the annual Gala in honor of the Holiday Season and the monthly Art Walk on this Friday, December 4th and the Saturday Open Studios. Wish me luck.

If you are in the area stop in to see my artwork at the Anderson Arts Building, 250 N. Goodman Street, #402, Rochester, NY. Open Friday, 6-9pm and Saturday, 12-4pm.

Anderson Art Building, 250 North Goodman Street, #402, Rochester, NY.
Anderson Art Building, 250 North Goodman Street, #402, Rochester, NY.

The Date is Set for 50% off Sale!

The sale is set for Sunday, August 9, 1 to 5 pm at the Neumann Leather Building, 300 Observer Highway, Hoboken, NJ.  My first ever 50% off everything sale plus additional discounts for multiple purchases.

There is a parking lot next door to 321 Newark Street which has a back entrance to 300 Observer Highway. The door is located on the far left of lot from the entrance gateway.

My newest Photographic Montages are shown below.


in der Ruine RoslynRose_TheSpiritOfTheSea_PhotoMontage_©2015


Advance Notice

To keep you up to date on my plans, I want everyone to know that I am going to have a great studio sale this summer. It will include both framed and unframed artworks. I expect to be moving to a smaller space in another area, so most items will be offered at 50% less than gallery prices, with additional discounts for multiple purchases. Some items included in the sale are shown below.




©2007 Roslyn Rose
On Friday, February 10th, 6 to 8pm, the new gallery, representing the members of the hob’art co-operative gallery, will open to the public. Everyone is invited to view, “Celebration,” an exhibition expressing the exhilaration of finally having a hob’art venue to exhibit the art of 57 Northern New Jersey artists. The gallery is located at the Monroe Art Center, 720 Monroe Street, Suite E208, Hoboken. The hours are Saturday and Sunday, 12 to 5pm and by appointment. Join the members on Saturday, February 25th, 5-8pm, at the gallery during the Grand Reception to really celebrate this long awaited event space. 
The artists have joined to show art that is full of joy and color. Acrylic, oil, pastel, and colored pencil have been used by Constance Ftera, Kim DeAngelo, Donna Doherty, Janet Kolstein, Jim Feuss, Erich Heinemann, Kathleen Fagan and Patrick Deshaye, to express feelings of happiness and euphoria. Photographers Roslyn Rose, Hank Gans, Laurel Brooks, Tom Egan, Ann Kinney and Howard Berelson made use of the new mediums of digital capture and manipulation to depict color and delight. Collage and mixed media was explored in the works by Liz Cohen, Leslie Rubman and Jody Zulueta. Artwork using sculptural themes included France Garrido’s telephone, Ibou Ndoye’s guitar, Abby Levine’s and Miriam Untoria’s wood assemblages, as well as the masked busts jointly made by Erik Attia and Gailene St. Amand. 
The curator of this first show is Liz Cohen. She can be contacted at 201-424-1275 or Gallery information can be obtained on the website or from the Director, France Garrido, 201-319-1504 or

hob’art cooperative Establishes Permanent Gallery at Monroe Center

(HOBOKEN, NJ – January 6, 2011) – hob’art cooperative gallery announced today that it has leased permanent gallery space at Monroe Center.  Working closely with Monroe Center’s owner, Hershy Weiss, hob’art’s new gallery will be located on the 2nd floor next to the Monroe Center Theater.
Liz Cohen, President of hob’art, founded the organization eleven years ago by approaching a number of Hoboken artists to establish a cooperative association. Ms. Cohen lives and works in Hoboken and has curated many exhibits for the association both in Hudson County and other venues.
“Hob’art was founded as a moving art exhibition until a permanent home was established and we are delighted that Monroe Center has worked with us to meet this long awaited goal,” said Ms. Cohen.  “With this space we can now reach out to the community to offer discussions, workshops, and forums which is another important aspect of our mission.”  
Today, hob’art cooperative gallery has 56 members from Hudson County and other parts of North Jersey.  The gallery’s first exhibition will open in February, with the public invited to a grand opening celebration of the only cooperative gallery in Hoboken. 
“Hob’art is an organization that is truly dedicated to promoting art in Hoboken not only among other artists, but also in the community at large,” said Mr. Weiss.  “This perfectly complements the vision of Monroe Center and we couldn’t be more excited to be the home of their permanent gallery.”
France Garrido, the new Director of the gallery, is a Weehawken resident and a professional curator. She is currently co-curator of Visionaries, a show to open in 2012 at a CUNY gallery. She is also on the staff of the Department of Education of the Newark Museum and Urban Arts at the Monroe Art Center. Her artwork is included in the ‘Visionary Art Yearbook 2010-2011 by Otto Rapp and the 2009 ‘Lexikon der Phantastischen Künstler’, a compilation of International Artists.
Formed in 2002, hob’art is a co-operative gallery run by its officers and members. Located in New Jersey, hob’art is the first co-operative gallery in Hoboken. Our objective is to exhibit contemporary art of the highest standard. As a collective gallery, we welcome and encourage a wide range of artwork and media: fiber, printmaking/ digital/ photography, sculpture/3D and painting/drawing/ mixed media. 

NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN.  SEE for application info.