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I feel like I am an amateur modern day explorer of nature. I’m starry eyed upon learning new facts about water and like a sponge that soaks up smidgens of the latest data on plant life. My artwork is a a derivative of this obsession, seeking connections between humans and earth. By incorporating natural materials joined together with fabricated objects my pieces strive to close in on the space between people and our environment. Focusing on painting, sculpture, installation, and video my practice shares the idea that through communing with nature we move closer to our own nature. Some of my works are temporary - created using elements on site that decompose in time, symbolic of the cycle and regeneration of life. Well documented in photos and videos, this data is then inserted into time capsules with the hopes of future generations discovering them while carrying out their own explorations. By encouraging more awareness of the space between humans and our environment, my art hopes to nurture a greater understanding of each other. It’s the space in between that holds all the possibilities.



Rosebraugh attained her MFA in Florence, Italy and currently lives and works in Marnay Sur Seine, France and Los Angeles, California. In 2016, her work was accepted into 3 group exhibitions in City Hall (2nd arrondissement) in Paris, France in conjunction with the International Summit on Climate Change. Rosebraugh’s artwork is part of the Permanent Collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporanea di Florina in Greece and the Hermann Nitsch Museum in Naples, Italy.  Her work was installed into the Natural History/State Darwin Museum in Moscow, Russia for an exhibition on ecology titled “Now & After.”  In 2018 her work was featured in ACCESS magazine published in Soul, Korea and in 2020 was included in an exhibition titled “Corona and Climate Crisis” at the Group Global 3000 Gallery for Sustainable Art in Berlin, Germany. Her artist residencies have included sailing the Arctic Circle, creating work based on the importance of water at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy, studying water from the River Seine at the Camac Foundation in Marnay Sur Seine, France, as well as water research in Naples, Italy in collaboration with the Hermann Nitsch museum. She has created public art pieces in Los Angeles, California, Gearhart, Oregon and Paris, France. Currently she is the co director of L’Expressoir Artist Residency in Marnay Sur Seine, and was recently featured in LA Voyage magazine, (fall 2020) the LA Downtown News (Summer 2020) and Shout Out LA magazine (2021).

Keri Rosebraugh

American artist, lives and works in Marnay Sur Seine, France / Los Angeles, California


Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy, Masters in Studio Arts, 2016

Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honors, 1989

Public Art

Trantler 2, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, Oregon, April 2023

Trantler, Wood and Bronze, Gearhart, Oregon, June 2020

Virus, 100 Terra Cotta Bricks, Los Angeles, California, April 2020

An Ankh For Paris, 200 Baguettes, Paris, France, 2015

One Beach Mural, Venice, California, 2012

Recycled Billboards, Los Angeles, California, 2008 - 2009

Solo Exhibitions

The Space in Between, Royal Nebeker Art Gallery, Astoria, Oregon, April 2023

Thoughts On Water, The Sweet Shop, Gearhart, Oregon, November 2019

Nature and Man, Neutra Institute Gallery & Museum, Los Angeles, California, May 2016

Nature and Man, Cartavetra Galleria, Florence, Italy, April 2016

Gods’ Logos, Co-op Gallery, Los Angeles, California 2011

Selected Group Exhibitions

Reflections on Water, Hoffman Arts Center, Manzanita, Oregon (UPCOMING MARCH 2024)

Centered On The Center, Huntington Beach Arts Center, Huntington Beach, CA, (UPCOMING JAN 2024)

Women In Art Fair, London, UK, October 2023

Marie Jose Gallery, London, UK, September 2023

Carrying The Landscapes, Gallery At The Station, Frome, Somerset, UK, August 2023

Save The Oceans, Escondido Municipal Art Gallery, Escondido, CA, October 2022

The Art Of Remembering, Hermann Nitsch Museum, Naples, Italy, October 2021

Intim ~ Us Film Festival, Theatre Belgrade, Milan, Italy, October 2021

Intim ~ Us, Jardino, Milan, Italy, May 2021

Corona and Climate Crisis, Group Global 3000 Gallery for Sustainable Art, Berlin, Germany, October 2020

Home As Situation, Bolivar Art Gallery, University of Kentucky School of Arts, Lexington, Kentucky 2020

GAMMA Young Artist’s Exhibition, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 2018

Office Hours, Beta Main Museum, Los Angeles, California, November 2017

Plantarium, Casa de Carraresi, Treviso, Italy, October, 2016

Now & After‘16, The State Darwin Museum, Moscow, Russia, October 2016

U Turn, Biagiotti Galleria, Florence, Italy, April 2016

Artclash 2016, Sala d’Arme Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy, April 2016

Gaia III, City Hall, 2nd arrondissement, Paris, France, March 2016

Gaia II, Galerie Amarrage, Paris, France, January 2016

Gaia I, La Maison Bleue, Paris, France, November 2015

Here & Now, La Corte Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy, November 2015

Contemporary Expressionism - The Creative Spirit, San Diego Museum of Art, California, September 2013

Eco-Art, The Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery, Malibu, California, 2013

Navigating LA, The Studio for Southern California History, Los Angeles, California, 2011

SHFT, The Continental, Los Angeles, California, 2010

Satsuma 7, Satsuma Gallery, North Hollywood, California, 2009

Recycled Billboard Show, Eco-logical Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 2008

Collections, Residencies, Awards

Artist Residency in collaboration with the Hermann Nitsch Museum / The Rabbit Hole, Naples, Italy, September 2021

Strategic Investment Fund Grant, Oregon Coast Visitors Association - Public Sculpture, 2019

Director of L’Expressoir Artist Residency, Marnay Sur Seine, France, 2019 - present

Assistant Resident at the Museum of Glass, Seattle, Washington, 2018

Artist Residency with The Camac Foundation, Marnay Sur Seine, France, 2017

Artist Residency with the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy, 2017

Permanent collection of Museo d‘Arte Contemporanea di Florina, Florina, Greece, 2016

Artist Residency with - three week expedition sailing around the Arctic Circle,

Longyearbyen, Norway 2015

First place award in the San Diego Museum of Art Artist’s Guild’s juried exhibition: Contemporary

Expressionism - The Creative Spirit, San Diego, California, 2013

Board of Directors, Eco-Logical Gallery of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 2008 - 2014

President, Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, 2003 - 2005

Articles, Press

Interview, Canvas Rebel magazine, Los Angeles, May 2023

Los Angeles, Most Inspiring Stories, Voyage LA Magazine, 2020

Trantler Goes Live at Sweet Shop, The Seaside Signal newspaper, Seaside, Oregon, 2020

Virus Artwork Represents Everyone, The Downtown News, Los Angeles, California, 2020

Summit Urges Budding Artists to “Think Strategically,” The Seaside Signal newspaper, Seaside, Oregon, 2019

Artist Keri Rosebraugh Exhibits Work in Gearhart, The Seaside Signal newspaper, Seaside, Oregon, 2019

Solidarity Art in Paris - Strength in Baguettes, The Florentine newspaper, Florence, Italy, 2015

Campus Italia - editione 2015 seconda serie, RAI television interview, RAI World, 2015

First Place Award of Excellence - Artist Profile, San Diego Museum of Art Artist’s Guild, 2013

Beautiful Sign Is Made From Garbage, Mother Nature Network, 2013

G Word, television episode on billboard artists re Eco-LA Gallery, Discovery’s Planet Green, 2012

One Beach Mural Video, Barefoot Wines, 2012

Keri Rosebraugh’s Eco-Art Tackles Themes of Destruction, Reuse, Mother Nature Network, 2011

21st Century Gargoyles Drawn on Found Paper, Treehugger 2011

Lectures, Artist Talks

The Space In Between, Artist Talk, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, Oregon, April 2023

International Gathering of the Tarot of the Sublime, Keynote speaker, Pasadena, CA, November 2022

The Wisdom of Nature, Keynote speaker, Clatsop County Arts Summit, Seaside, Oregon, November 2019

Our Broken Planet, Artist Talk, Studio Art College International, Florence, Italy, October 2016

Nature and Man, Artist Talk, Neutra Institute Gallery & Museum, Los Angeles, California, May 2016

Nature and Man, Artist Talk, Cartavetra Galleria, Florence, Italy, April 2016


Clatsop Community College, Astoria, Oregon, 2023:

-Teacher, Printmaking Workshop

Rome Art Program, Rome, Italy, 2016:

- Painting Professor and Administrative Assistant to Artistic Director Carole Robb

Studio Art College International, Florence, Italy, 2016:

- Teacher Assistant to John Taylor, Beginning and Intermediate Sculpture

Studio Art College International, Florence, Italy, 2015:

- Teacher Assistant to MFA Director Karen Yurkovich, Graduate Seminar in Studio Art

Balthazar and Rosetta Getty, Malibu, California, 2013 - present:

-Art tutor/mentor for family

Barnsdall Art Park, Hollywood, CA, 1997 - 2009:

-BACSAC Program, teaching foundation and intermediate drawing classes to adults

Cultural Affairs Department of Los Angeles, Hollywood, CA, 1997 - 2014:

-Junior Arts Center, teaching drawing, painting, and sculpture to ages K-8, 1997 - 2014

-Barnsdall Art Center, managing adult arts program, 2012 - 2014

Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon, 1992 - 1994:

-Illustration Program, teaching illustration/portfolio prep classes to undergraduate students

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