Rozanne Marshall-Bell was born in 1962, in Zimbabwe where she lived for 40 years. A self-taught artist, her work has been exhibited all over Southern Africa. Looking to expand her horizons she sought to create wider appeal. The American market predominantly purchased her work at first, but as her style evolved she developed an international market presence.
In 2002, the situation in Zimbabwe necessitated Rozanne’s move to England. With her husband and five children she is now settled in Dorset. The ability to adapt to a new environment coupled with her determination to succeed has created strong demand for her work.
The colour and the personalities of her animals, the depth and life given to her flowers, not to mention the comedy that characterises her birds, all give a clue to her sense of humour and outlook on life.
Rozanne has developed in her work a style and a technique which make each and every painting totally unique. Having had no formal art schooling, Rozanne has drawn upon her natural flair to cultivate her talent that is so evident in her work.