Rosalind Tallmadge

Rosalind Tallmadge (b. 1987) is recognized for her multi-textured paintings incorporating manmade materials such as sequins and glass beads, with mica and metal leaf, creating surfaces that are evocative of substances found in nature, like tree bark or metamorphic rock. Using sequin fabric as her canvas she references the feminine body, costume, and the fashion industry within the framework of monochrome and color field painting, a historically male-dominated field.