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, most recently as Artist-in-Residence at The Outilier on Vancouver Island.