Location: United States
Roselynn Imbleau is a painter, published children’s book illustrator, social magazine writer, pastel workshop host, and a MFA graduate in Visual Arts from Jacksonville University.
Imbleau holds a BS in Communications and has a background in museum marketing, management, social media, marketing for radio, and she is a facilitator for The Artist’s Way talks.
Imbleau has exhibited solo, statewide and in juried exhibitions. In 2016, she exhibited at The Alexander Brest Gallery. Imbleau’s work has sold nationally, mainly on the East Coast. In 2015, she was honored with inclusion in Elder Gallery’s nationally juried show, Carolinas Got Art. Imbleau’s work has been received publicly in various venues: Sibyl magazine, Art with Heart, Arts Council of Rock Hill, Capehartbeck Gallery, The Square via WJCT, IDS, Burke Arts Council, festivals and retreats.
Imbleau’s current work focuses on “Coalesced Play”- exploring healing sounds, emotive colors, and examining the impact of the meditative art process on the artist and audience.