Rosalie Marsh-Boinus

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Red Lady, February 13, 2009 Oil 16 X20
Blue Lady With Red Flowers, 6/1/10 Mixed Media/Oil 24 X 36 © yes
Lady With a Sphere, 3/13/11 Oil 16 X 20 © yes
Lady on the Moon, 3/13/11 Oil
TanKoi, September 2012 Oil 11 X 14 © yes
Yellow Lady, September 2012 Oil 11 X 14 © yes
Survivors, August 15, 2013 Oil 20 X 24 © Yes
Ella Rose, 9/15/13 Mixed 11x14
Mrs. Peabody, September 15, 2013 Oil 11 X14 © Yes
We are all Different, August 2015 Oil, Acrylic, Gesso, Sand, Sticks 36 X 24 X 3/4 © August 2015
Who Am I, August 2015
Thinking of You, December 2015 Oil, Acrylic, Gesso, Sand 30 X 24 X 1 Inches © 2015
Quick Facts
Lives in
Laguna Beach
Works in
Laguna Beach
Representing galleries
Laguna Art Museum Shop; Violet Boutique, San Clemente, CA; Laguna Craft Guild, Sawdust Art Festival, Chez Bop, Gallery 104
one of a kind purses mixed-media painting photography figurative mixed-media landscape, figurative, photography

Rosalie is a Laguna Beach Artist and has exhibited her work at the Laguna Beach Sawdust Art Festival since 2006.  The summer show is a showcase of 200 artists in a beautiful outdoor setting. Rosalie's one-of-a-kind artisan bags and French inspired paintings and unusual photographs can be viewed and purchased..

Rosalie's work has been presented at Chez Bop, a French inspired boutique on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California, Gallery 104 in San Clemente, California and Duet, Laguna Beach.  In 2012, she was invited to exhibit her vintage bags and photographs at the Laguna Art Museum Shop.  She has also shown her work at Violet Boutique on Forest Avenue and in 2014 had a one woman show at the Slutzky Gallery at the Jewish Community Center in Irvine, California. 

For her, painting and creating is a journey to an unknown destination where she can release her true feelings. She uses line and color to show a connection to who we are and where we are going.  She is inspired by the German Expressionists and the Fauves as well as the Neo-Expressionist and continues to explore even more through Abstract Expressionism.

Rosalie likes to tell a story with her paintings and enjoys when the viewer can conceive in his own mind what she is trying to say.




Exhibited at these venues
Rosalie Marsh-Boinus has Exhibited at these venues: