Rosy Keyser is a contemporary painter and printmaker. Rosy Keyser was born in Baltimore, Maryland in the year 1974.
The artist earned a B.F.A. from Cornell University located in Ithaca, New York. She went on to earn a M.F.A. from the Art Institute of Chicago.
Keyser is renown for her innovative use of materials not usually found in paintings. One painting might contain enamel, acrylic paint, steel, and sawdust. Keyser also works on a very large format.
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In this clip Rosy Keyser talks about creating a painting based on the singer Jimi Hendrix who burned a guitar on stage at the Monterey International Pop festival in 1967:
The artist is based out of Brooklyn, New York and Medusa, New York.
With her use of non traditional materials including string, sawdust, and steel gives her work a dimensional and sculptural feel.