Roberta Rousos has lived 2 lives in her 59 years; as a wife, mother, and community volunteer; and as an artist (and mom). After her husband’s death, she returned to CSU Sacramento earning a BA and MA Degree in Studio Art.
Rousos’ work can be traced to her graduate studies when she added fiber to steel integrating both her metal shop teacher father and her homemaker mother. Her work focuses on seemingly opposing materials.
Rousos’ exhibition sphere now includes galleries in her home state of California, Michigan, New Mexico, Washington, Illinois, New York, Colorado, and Oregon.
She considers herself blessed to be able to be an artist. She firmly believes that we all choose every day what life we are willing to live and what our priorities are. Rousos chooses to live on the line between the physical reality of this world and the spiritual realm. She chooses to appreciate the beauty around her and encourages others to do the same. Life is good if you allow it to be.