Roxane has been an Atlanta based artist since 2006. Originally from the Midwest, she was honored to be the recipient of the top award, “The JP Anderson, Best in Design”, upon graduation from ISU. She lived in Boston for several years to work and continue her art studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. She is a multi-disciplinary artist and creates both 2D and 3D work. She continually explores the unique visual textures and voices that different materials personify often combining painting, drawing, collage, fabrics, wood and found objects, into the same piece. This joining creates a kind of “cross-pollination” of materials which results in rich textural surfaces. The foundation of her work begins with energized organic lines, intuitive natural forms, and rhythmic mark making. The resulting work is a contemporary visual interpretation of the observations and emotional energies she experiences in and around her.
Roxane’s work is in collections around the US and abroad and she has been the recipient of many awards. Most recently, she was honored to have 3 paintings procured by Keisha Lance Bottoms for the Office of the Mayor, Atlanta. Other collections include; DuPont, Pioneer Co, Beijing and France; Broadway Crowne Plaza, NYC; EMC Outdoor; Bill Spalding Wealth Management, as well as several private collections. She exhibits extensively in and around Atlanta and nationally. Some of her latest exhibits include: National Association of Women’s Artists, NYC; ARC Gallery, Chicago; MOCA, GA, Atlanta; Gallery 72, Atlanta; Steffen Thomas Museum of Art; Denise Bibro Fine Arts, NYC; Kai-Lin Art, Atlanta; MESA Contemporary Arts Museum, AZ; Mason Fine Art, Atlanta; Hudgens Center for the Arts; Artfields2018, Lake City, SC; and Abernathy Arts Center.