A Visual Journey
Sun House Galleries LLC currently features the artwork of international artist, Rosalind Wilcox. She has worked to capture and intrigue the art community with her beautiful work, gathering much of her inspiration from, "places and faces, family and community. Human beings are most interesting, and how they interact within nature or interior spaces also has held my interest for decades." Wilcox uses personal interpretation of environment. Wilcox artworks embodies experience and spaces associated with her families Native American culture in addition to others.
She paints her family, children, and grandchildren: Winnebago, Navajo and Choctaw tribes in an effort to create stronger relationships and establish historical perspective. She travels extensively seeking to understand the ways of being fully human. Wilcox states,
"Meeting Aboriginal people of Australia, seeing their art and media work was awe inspiring." Her clients around the world enjoy her visually energetic, 'Mississippi series: Cotton fields, rural highways, and vast skies. As a legally blind artist Wilcox often works from enlarged photos taken from the "passenger seat of life", walks and sessions. "Working in 3D is also a large part of her work. I enjoy the tactile, the haptic sensory stimulation of: clay, wood and metal. "She finds beauty in interesting places, and faces, and her clients enjoy and share their comments often on social media. Wilcox has been featured in several documentaries, magazines, and newspaper publications.
On Vimeo: 2 award winning documentaries:
Creative Crossroads, (10 minutes) as well as a full length documentary titled, A Whistling Girl and a Crowing Hen.
There are numerous music videos on YouTube of her performances as guitarist, singer-songwriter and percussionist. Wilcox leads an interesting life as musician and visual artist. Enjoy her portfolio and please, support the arts.
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It is said that great art will stand the test of time; and this holds true for the artwork of Rosalind Wilcox. As a professional artist, Wilcox has dedicated years to the arts and is constantly seeking innovative ways to develop new skills. Wilcox explores multicultural diversity within her life, she calls it, the red, white and blues of art.
Explore this digital portfolio and discover when those special pieces were created, what they were inspired by, and learn more about their medium.