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To visit her studio please make an appointment thru e-mail or phone call. For all other inquires please call (707) 838-3896.

About the Artist


Water colors have always been Rosa's favorite medium. Rosa came to this country in 1977, with her husband Roberto and their two daughters Claudia and Brenda. She paints at her home studio in Windsor, and works restoring fine china and ceramics at her own business,Restoration Studio in Santa Rosa. For the past 10 years, she has been teaching watercolor classes for beginners and intermediate students through the Town of Windsor Community Services Department and conducting a multimedia workshop for the Windsor Senior Center. Her paintings are done in a realistic style with a natural luminosity.
Her works is best described in her own words.

I want to reflect throughout my paintings the natural beauty, light color that exists in every subject that surrounds us.


Graduated from the Liberal Arts College in Mexico City.
Took classes with well known watercolor artist Gustavo Alaniz. When working as an assistant for artist Noemi Solorzano hand painting textiles and silk,
Rosa took animal drawing workshops with Alberto Beltran, and participated in the exhibitions sponsored by the Watercolor Society of Mexico.
Other Workshops:
Palate knife -Eva Martinelli
Oil painting -Junius Martin
Mono print -Marge Gray

About the paintings

In her surrealistic work, flowers are mostly the subject that Rosa uses to represent aspect of life, death, feelings and emotions. She plays with natures forms by sometimes exchanging the petals for bones to form the flowers.
I am fascinated by the possibilities that I find when I paint in a surrealistic style. It is creating my own world where my feelings are transferred to my favorite subject, the flower.


Rosa has had many solo shows throughout her career and she has received many awards. In 1985 she was named Artist of the Year by the Redwood Empire Art Society. She is currently participating in ARTrails, an open studio program in October where people can see first hand Sonoma Country artist at work. Her paintings are hanging in Private collections in Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Australia and the USA.

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