Rosemary Luckett

Hot Lips
enamel pan, sealed matches, paint, wood
14 x 7 x 7 in.

A native of Idaho, Rosemary Luckett graduated from Saint Mary College, Leavenworth, KS. After working many years as a mother, painter and fiber sculptor, Rosemary began to construct small collages, which are sometimes springboards to larger works assembled from wood and found objects. Her numerous series reveal a continuing interest in the natural world as well as archetypal representations of the feminine. In addition to maintaining a studio in Prince William County, she teaches collage and sculpture at the Art League School in Alexandria, VA.

Rosemary’s work has been exhibited nationally in many galleries and art centers including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Catholic University (Washington, DC), School 33 Art Center (Baltimore, MD), Grounds For Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ), Woman Made Gallery (Chicago), Visions Gallery (Albany, NY) and numerous other galleries around the country. She is represented by Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC.

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