Roxane Hollosi grew up in Minnesota and Iowa, spent several years in Boston and for the past 11 years has called Atlanta her home. Roxane has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Iowa State University and was awarded “Best in Design” from the Design College upon graduation. In Boston she continued her art studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and philosophy studies at Harvard Extension School. She is a mixed media, contemporary artist who energetically works in a multitude of materials. She shifts from painting, collage and drawing; to wood, metal and fabric tirelessly exploring her quest to create a visual rendering of the intangible.
Roxane’s work is in several public and private collections in the US and abroad, with one of her most recent commissions for DuPont, Pioneer Co, Beijing. She actively exhibits throughout the Atlanta area, as well as, nationally, and is the recipient of many awards. In the past couple of years, her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, (MOCA, GA), Atlanta; Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Mesa, AZ; Denise Bibro Fine Arts catalog, NY; Gallery 72, Atlanta; Mason Fine Art, Atlanta; Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta; Narrows Center for the Arts, MA; Hudgens Center for the Arts, GA; and Dalton Gallery, Decatur, GA; and Abernathy Arts Center.