After she became an Artist-in Residence at Artpark in 1981, where she made a 12-1/2 foot tall "Doghouse" (a bull terrier out of lumber and aluminum siding), Rosalie spent the next 15 years making site-specific public sculptures. She has made sculptures/benches for parks in Pennsylvania, animal seating for a subway stop in Boston, dog and cat sculptures for the front of a county animal shelter in Florida, play sculptures for a children's hospital in Oregon, and benches and sculptures for schools > MORE in Maryland. Now, she's turned her attention to everyday surroundings, making affordable sculptures for the home. In her studio outside of Philadelphia, she creates hooks that are giraffes and penguins, knobs of dogs named Bob and a myriad of animals and people you could hang your hat on, literally.^ LESS
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