Rosalind Bunting | Biography

Rosalind is an emerging Sydney based Fine artist and Scenic artist. Graduating from ANU in 2011 with a BA in Art History, she went on to study Fine Arts at The Charles Cecil Atelier in Florence Italy and at the Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney. In 2012 she achieved her Diploma of Fine Art and was also awarded the JAAS Brett Whiteley Scholarship. In 2015 Rosalind became a Scenic artist working across theatre, film and television. Recent productions she has worked on include; a Alien:Covenant (Fox Studios Australia),  A Place to Call Home (Channel Seven Productions), Of Mice and Men (Sport for Jove 2015), The Book Club/Mother and Son (Belvoir Theatre), SFV1 (Feature Film), Edward II (Sport for Jove), Rent The Musical (The Hayes Theatre), and Cold Hearts (Independent Short Film), The Importance of Being Earnest (Sport for Jove), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Sport for Jove). Rosalind has been a finalist in numerous Fine Art Prizes throughout New South Wales including; The Manning Regional Art Prize (2015), The Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (2015), The Clifton Art Prize (2015), The Portia Geach Memorial Art Award (2014) and The Harpers Mansion Still Life award (2011). She was the winner of The Packer’s Prize in the Manning Regional Art Prize (2015) and The People’s Choice Award in The Rocks Art Prize (2014).

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