Rose Collins moved to Tucson from the East Coast to Southwest in 1998 after retiring from a 30 year career in psychology. Since moving and changing careers she has developed a unique style of painting that is blazingly evident in the work she creates. From a professional background in psychotherapy she has a deep understanding of human interactions, adding a palpable level of conscious reality and complete honesty to her wildlife art. Self taught as an artist and always challenging herself she has evolved into a recognized artist who uses color and graphic design to created her one of a kind wildlife paintings
I was accepted into the Society Of Animal Artists January 20, 2021. SAA is a prestigious organization and I am honored to become a member.
Rose is represented by Jane Hamilton Fine Art in Tucson, Arizona. 2016-present
An invitation by the curator of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City to show two wildlife paintings for their Small Works and Great Wonders Art Show in November of 2019 was an honor for Rose.
In August 2019 she was juried into WAOW show at the Mary Williams Fine Art Gallery in Boulder,Colorado.July 6 - August 30th.
2018 she was invited to exhibit her work at SouthWind Gallery in Topeka, Kansas with 25 female western artists in "Daughters of the West Art Show".
2017 was one of the many highlights of her career when she received acceptance into the prestigious CowGirl Up Show featuring woman artists of the west.
Mountain Oyster Western Art Show from 2013- 2017
Tracy Miller Fine Art Gallery she showed her work from 2014-until it closed in 2018.
For more information on Wildlife / Southwest Artist Rose Collins, you can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org