Rosie Ranauro is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Jamaica Plain, MA. She takes coffee very seriously, but generally is self-disciplined enough to switch to decaf after 12 pm. Her greyhound dog is her fiercest art critic.
Rosie uses her work as a way to connect her intuitive self to her body, and incorporates touch, play, and movement into her work to allow for this access point to take place. A double virgo who wants to predict outcomes, Rosie finds painting as an opportunity to approach failure and loss as a catharsis and catalyst for change instead of a disaster. Rosie's work is created in a cycle of movement, documentation, looking and painting, resulting in a work that exists somewhere within the alchemy of physical action and finished painting.
Rosie Ranauro holds a BFA in Painting from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and lives and works in Boston, MA. She has shown locally and internationally, and is represented by Lamontagne Gallery in Boston, Ma.