About Rosemarie Morelli

About the Paintings
In a world of chaos and distractions, Rosemarie seeks to render a quieter world that connects with and welcomes viewers into her paintings for enjoyment, inspiration and calm reflection. Nature and nature’s light are the stage and set-up for her subjects and themes to behold its beauty, offer hope and respite for healing, and reminisce in comforts. Her oil landscapes, still life and genre scenes are painted on-site “en plein air” from the ledge of a seascape, a meadow, a European rooftop, or by the studio window illuminated by natural light so to achieve a more truthful likeness and atmosphere while offering a scene of reality or from imagination.

Education History and Art Academic Mentors
Rosemarie longed to learn to paint like the masters from the early age of 8 when she was introduced to the MFA. Her business college degree from UMass along with more graduate studies at BC was her admission ticket to enter into the lucrative commercial design, advertising and art consulting world which reset her path in the fine art direction — moving on to soak up every studio art class in graphic design, painting and illustration at local art schools and museums by night while growing a successful graphic design career by day. At age 32 she met Robert Douglas Hunter, where she learned of the Boston School of Painters that led to training under Nadia Mahfuz for 7 years in the disciplines of 19thcentury French Academy. She then continued with workshops mentored by Sergio Roffo, Joseph McGurl, Tom Dunlay, and David Curtis. She also studied genre and portrait painting under the highly-esteemed master, Hongnian Zhang and wife, Lois Woolley, of New York where she continues to receive private mentoring.

A Passion for Teaching Art
Rosemarie took an early retirement from the commercial art world to dedicate herself to her dream career of being an exhibition painter while running her own studio art school focused on providing teens with quality academic art training in painting and drawing that would round out and supplement their high school and college art programs. She also teaches multi-media to younger children ages 9 and up and oil painting classes to adults. “My goal is to teach a more thorough foundation of art academics that may empower my students with the knowledge and confidence necessary to better develop their personal voice.”

Rosemarie has taught workshops and classes since 1990 as a visiting artist at Art Associations, Public Schools and through her own studios. She began teaching full time as Rosemarie Morelli Art Studio School in Walpole in 2010. As an artist, she has over 30 years exhibiting and selling paintings in galleries, solo shows and juried exhibition in New England beginning with her first sale in 1985. She is currently active as a juried artist member of Oil Painters of America and Cape Cod Art Association; member of Dedham Art Association, Duxbury Art Association, Norwood Art Association and is an anchor artist at Norwood Fine Artists Gallery. She has won many awards and currently sells her paintings at Cape Cod Art Center Gallery and Norwood Fine Artists GalleryArt

Rosemarie Morelli is a professional fine art painter and instructor dedicated full-time to teaching children, teens and adults how to paint and draw well with an emphasis on “enjoying the learning process!” 

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ART RESUME
FINE ART EXHIBITIONS 

Norwood Fine Artists Gallery, Anchor Artist 2019-present
Dedham Art Association Members Show, Fall 2018
Cape Cod Art Center “The Regional” Juried Exhibit 2018
 Todd” 2018Cape Cod Art Center “The National” Juried Exhibit 1st Place “Sailing On The Margaret Todd” 2018
Cape Cod Art Center Members Show – ongoing 2018-present
Duxbury Art Association By The Bay Members Show 2018
Duxbury Art Association Juried Exhibition, 2016
The Gallery at The Perch, Walpole, MA Solo Show 2014
Norwood Fine Artists & Gallery Anchor Gallery Artist 2013
Marina Bay Art Show, Quincy, MA Hon. Mention Fairy Bells 2013
Norwood Art Association Art on the Common 1st Place Donatello St. John 2012
Patriot Place Artist Gallery, FAA Juried Exhibition 2011
Norwood Art Association Art in the Park 3rd Place “Boothbay Twilight” 2011 
North Light Gallery, Kennebunkport, ME 2009
CCAA “The National” Juried Exhibition 2009
CCAA “All New England” Juried Exhibitions 2008, 2009, 2010
CCAA “Art In The Village” 2008, 2009, 2010
Deerfield Festival Fine Art2008
Duxbury Art Association Juried Exhibition 2008, 2009
International Licensing Art Show at the Javitz Convention Center, NY, NY 2007
Leslie Ellis Studios Art Show, Arlington, MA 1st Place Terra Cotta & Grapes 1998
Zullo Gallery, Medfield, MA  Juried Exhibition 1997
Boskone 32 NESFA, Framingham, MA Exhibiting Science Fiction Illustration Artist 1995
Needham Art Association Juried Hon. Mention Call of the Orchids 1993
Babson College, One-woman Show 1992
Interface, Cambridge, MA “Sacred Images of Place, Time and Sound”
One-woman Show 1991

Village Gallery, Needham, MA One-woman Show1990
Atelier 564 Gallery, Newton, MA 1990
Camelot 2000 Gallery, Pepperell, MA 1986-1989
Tree of Life Gallery, Charlton, MA 1985-1989

PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION COMMISSIONS
Wilkins Art Consulting
• Children’s Hospital Boston – Hunnewell Dental Dept. “Continents Around the World”
7-piece 48” x 50” Wall Panels – Digital Illustrations 2008
• Children’s Hospital Boston – Radiology Waiting Room. “Australia” 4’ x 4’ Acrylic on panel • Children’s Hospital Boston – Waltham Campus – OR and Radiology Departments
“Fishing For Treasure” 30” x 60” Oil Painting on Panel 2006
“Seagulls on the Surf” – 30” x 60” Oil Painting on Panel 2006
“Fanciful Fins” – 4ft x 12ft Fresco and multi-media collaborative  2006
“A Walk in the Woods” – 3-piece 4ft x 8ft panels – Faux painting and multi-media collaborative 2006
• Newton Wellesley Hospital – Adult and Pediatric ED Waiting Area “Fish Tank” LED light Art Installation collaborative 2008

COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATION and PUBLICATION HIGHLIGHTS 
• Bluestone/Wingate, Inc. – Architectural Digital illustrations
• New Boston Fund, Inc.. – Pen & Ink, graphite, color pencil, oil paintings and digital illustrations for Ad Campaigns, Collateral and Branding Identity
• Lifeline, Inc – Pen & Ink Editorial illustrations
• Hampton Roads Publishing Book cover oil paintings for Ken Eagle Feather:
“Traveling With Power” 1991
“A Toltec Path” 1995
“Tracking Freedom” 1998
• Rounder Records – Album cover designs: Paty Larkin, Rory Block, Bela Fleck, Augustus Pablo: Digital illustration, pen & ink, color pencil
• Dr. Roger Paine, Whale and Dolphin Institute Judy Collins-Paul Winter “Voices” concert at Symphony Hall: Pen & ink, digital illustration
• Hewlett-Packard, Co. Pen & ink product promotional illustrations
• Harvard University – Editorial illustration, Harvard Library Newsletter: Pen & ink
• Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – 10 year Art Direction for fundraising theme packages: Pen & ink, graphite, digital illustrations
• Unitarian Universalist Service Committee – International public service poster campaign and internationally distributed holiday cards: Acrylics, color inks, oils, digital
• United Cerebral Palsy Foundation – Great Rubber Ducky Race: Boston Theatre District billboard illustration: Pen & ink 1995-1997
• Physicians for Human Rights – Fundraiser theme icon: Pen & ink
• Simmons College Annual Alumni Conference: Photoshop digital painting 1996, 1997, 1998
• Hart-Hank Community Newspapers, Editorial & Political cartoonist 1992

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