Rozer

 

Original Oil on Canvas 

Joyful Day 36 x 48.jpg
Joyful Day
h 36" w 48"
Happy Family 30 x 40.jpg
Happy Family
h 30" w 40"
White Goddess 30 x 40.jpg
White Goddess
h 30" w 40"
Por Siempre 
h 30" w 40"
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Faith & Hope
h 30" w 40"
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Esplendido Verano
h 30" w 40"
New Custom 20 x 20 Rozer's Shadowbox Frames 
Warm Beauty 20x20.jpg
Warm Beauty
h 20" w 20" with frame
Heart of Nature 20x20.jpg
Heart Of Nature
h 20" w 20" with frame
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Country Delight
h 20" w 20" with frame
Secret Emotion 20x20.jpg
Secret Emotion
h 20" w 20" with frame
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Creative Dream
h 20" w 20" with frame
Biography


The Tree Inner Life  - "Painting a tree on canvas has been one of the most beautiful experiences: as simple, as majestic. It is a tribute to Nature for what it represents."- Rozer
 
Rozer is a sensational addition to Galerie Elektra. Her family was from Spain. Rozer studied at the prestigious San Carlos Academy of Art in Mexico City. It was there as she was tutored by a disciple of the revered Modern Master Diego Rivera, Dolores Diez de Sollano, that her incredible talent and technique was nurtured. Rozer has 45 years of experience in oil painting, and has exhibited her work internationally and now exclusively at Galerie Elektra. This collection features her series on trees, the paintings of which she says have been one of the most beautiful experiences in her life, simple and majestic, and representing her tribute to nature. With every brushstroke, she transforms paint into the light - and the light bounces back encompassing the fullness of the tree, and draws the viewer into the stunning composition. Her trees symbolically offer a sense of permanence because they are so strongly rooted in the ground and yet, at the same time, the branches lift into the air to give a feeling of lightness.
 
The artwork of Rozer, renowned for its texture and vibrancy, is now found in private collections in her native Spain, Puerto Rico, England, Canada, Germany, Japan, Argentina, Mexico, France, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, and the U.S.