Artist. Free spirit. Seeker. Inspired by the environments and people around her, Rosalind divides her time between snowy mountains and ocean waves.


Growing up in the Swiss countryside above Lake Geneva, Rosalind was always outdoors enjoying her lush surroundings, whether skiing or simply hiking through the woods near her house. Moving to the ocean for her university years Rosalind completed a BA Hons majoring in Illustration at the University of Brighton and began recreating the world around her in her own, bold style.


After graduating the open road beckoned so Rosalind spent a year living out of a car circumnavigating Australia. Capturing the vivid colours and beautiful patterns inherent in the varied urban and natural environments she found, Rosalind’s style continued to develop as she travelled. 3 years were spent in New Zealand exploring the beauty and wilderness of these incredible islands. Now living back in the beautiful Swiss Alps, this fresh environment provides an abundance of rich, natural stimuli as well as a vast playground for outdoor activity.


“The more interesting my surroundings are the more I am inspired to draw”

Rosalind was part of VAF7 in 2021 and she chose the seldom Valais wild lynx for her mural in the parking lot Chetzeron. 


Very shy and distinctive with the hairy ears, the large predator, which is on the list of endangered animals, is oversized on a raw concrete wall.


It took a long week of painstaking drawing with a black marker to create this magnificent fresco.