Rosalind Cook, Peruvian-American (1946-)

Rosalind Cook started sculpting when she was pregnant with her first child. Started as a hobby, she casted her first bronze in 1989.

Currently, Rosalind’s life size and monumental works can be seen across the country in places such as Ronald McDonald Houses, churches, libraries and hospitals. Perhaps the best-known monument depicts Christ and the children of the world, monumental size, at the World Vision headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

Her work has been exhibited in New York, at the Gilcrease Museum, Albuquerque Museum, Palm Desert, Scottsdale, Jackson Hole and in select gallery shows throughout the United States and at the Sculpture in the Park show in Loveland, Colorado.

Rosalind attributes consistent growth by studying and teaching sculpture classes. She teaches at the Loveland Academy of Art, Philbrook Museum of Tulsa, the Fetchin Institute in Taos and Scottsdale Artists’ School, Scottsdale, Arizona. Rosalind’s sculptures have been featured in publications such as Southwest Art, Art and Antiques, Oklahoma Today, Virtue, Cayman Airways and Tulsa People magazines.