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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant To the Director

Pratt


Affiliations

Delaware College of Art and Design

Board Member


Education

Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree

Syracuse University


Master of Fine Arts degree

Painting

Pratt Institute


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Born in 1980, in Wilmington Delaware, Monique Rollins received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002.
During her undergraduate study Rollins studied painting in Pont-aven, France with the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000, book-making & art history in Florence, Italy in 2001 with Syracuse University, painting & collage in Barcelona, Spain, also with Syracuse University. In 2002 Rollins enrolled in Pratt Institute where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master of Science in Theory, Criticism and History of Art degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification. During her painting and historical research in Italy, she taught painting and drawing skills to Italian high school students in Lucca, studied language in Florence, and studied restoration & art history in Venice, where she lectured on Jacopo Tintoretto and his series of philosopher paintings in the Marciana Library. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, Maine. Upon completion of her dual Master degrees, Rollins accepted a position as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice and Pratt in Lucca programs. Rollins lives and paints between New York City and Florence, Italy. In 2015 Rollins was invited to paint in the IU artist residence in Beijing, China. 2014 Monique Rollins: Oil Paintings and Works on Paper, Andre Zarre Gallery, Chelsea, NY 2013 Getting into Shape, Great Neck Public Library, Long Island, NY 2012 Monique Rollins: Oil Paintings, Andre Zarre Gallery, Chelsea, NY 2012 Monique Rollins, Metroquadro Arte, Rivoli, Italy 2012 Getting into Shape, P. S. DuPont Gallery, Wilmington DE. 2006 Monique Rollins: Oil Paintings and Works on paper, Tower Hill School Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, metroquadro Via Capra 2/E 10098 Rivoli (TO) ITALY www.metroquadroarte.com marco@metroquadroarte.com ?Maine. hile painting and exhibiting internationally, Rollins worked as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program, and later became Assistant to the Director of the Pratt in Tuscany program in Lucca, Italy. Rollins has exhibited in Wilmington, DE, New York City, Washington, D.C., Florence, Rivoli, Torino, Susa, and Venice, Italy and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Rollins currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Delaware College of Art and Design. In 2010, Rollins moved to Florence, Italy. This radical geographical, and cultural change influenced her artwork dramatically, documenting the chaos and excitement of such a physical and artistic transition. Her portfolio consists of large and smaller scale oil paintings, charcoal drawings and paper mixed media collages. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, metroquadro Via Capra 2/E 10098 Rivoli (TO) ITALY www.metroquadroarte.com marco@metroquadroarte.com ?Maine. hile painting and exhibiting internationally, Rollins worked as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program, and later became Assistant to the Director of the Pratt in Tuscany program in Lucca, Italy. Rollins has exhibited in Wilmington, DE, New York City, Washington, D.C., Florence, Rivoli, Torino, Susa, and Venice, Italy and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Rollins currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Delaware College of Art and Design. In 2010, Rollins moved to Florence, Italy. This radical geographical, and cultural change influenced her artwork dramatically, documenting the chaos and excitement of such a physical and artistic transition. Her portfolio consists of large and smaller scale oil paintings, charcoal drawings and paper mixed media collages. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, metroquadro Via Capra 2/E 10098 Rivoli (TO) ITALY www.metroquadroarte.com marco@metroquadroarte.com ?Maine. hile painting and exhibiting internationally, Rollins worked as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program, and later became Assistant to the Director of the Pratt in Tuscany program in Lucca, Italy. Rollins has exhibited in Wilmington, DE, New York City, Washington, D.C., Florence, Rivoli, Torino, Susa, and Venice, Italy and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Rollins currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Delaware College of Art and Design. In 2010, Rollins moved to Florence, Italy. This radical geographical, and cultural change influenced her artwork dramatically, documenting the chaos and excitement of such a physical and artistic transition. Her portfolio consists of large and smaller scale oil paintings, charcoal drawings and paper mixed media collages. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, metroquadro Via Capra 2/E 10098 Rivoli (TO) ITALY www.metroquadroarte.com marco@metroquadroarte.com ?Maine. hile painting and exhibiting internationally, Rollins worked as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program, and later became Assistant to the Director of the Pratt in Tuscany program in Lucca, Italy. Rollins has exhibited in Wilmington, DE, New York City, Washington, D.C., Florence, Rivoli, Torino, Susa, and Venice, Italy and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Rollins currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Delaware College of Art and Design. In 2010, Rollins moved to Florence, Italy. This radical geographical, and cultural change influenced her artwork dramatically, documenting the chaos and excitement of such a physical and artistic transition. Her portfolio consists of large and smaller scale oil paintings, charcoal drawings and paper mixed media collages.


www.moniquerollins.com

Born in 1980, in Wilmington Delaware, Monique Rollins received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002.
During her undergraduate study Rollins studied painting in Pont-aven, France with the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000, book-making & art history in Florence, Italy in 2001 with Syracuse University, painting & collage in Barcelona, Spain, also with Syracuse University. In 2002 Rollins enrolled in Pratt Institute where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master of Science in Theory, Criticism and History of Art degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification. During her painting and historical research in Italy, she taught painting and drawing skills to Italian high school students in Lucca, studied language in Florence, and studied restoration & art history in Venice, where she lectured on Jacopo Tintoretto and his series of philosopher paintings in the Marciana Library. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, Maine. Upon completion of her dual Master degrees, Rollins has since accepted a position as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program. Rollins is currently preparing for upcoming exhibitions in Delaware, New York and Florence, Italy. Her portfolio consists of oil paintings, charcoal drawings and collages incorporating a number of mediums including pencil, watercolor, and pen and ink. Each piece is a deeply felt visual document of her journeys and experiences.


www.towerhill.org [cached]

Tower Hill Art Gallery will be the first to feature the work of Delaware native and artist, Monique Rollins.
Her debut exhibit, entitled Paintings, Drawings & Collages, begins December 3. Rollins' portfolio consists of oil paintings, charcoal drawings and collages incorporating a number of mediums including pencil, watercolor, and pen and ink. Each piece is a deeply felt visual document of her journeys and experiences. Rollins has immersed herself in the world of art-studying, drawing and painting. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002. During her undergraduate study Rollins studied painting in Pont-aven, France with the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000, book making & art history in Florence, Italy in 2001 with Syracuse University, painting & collage in Barcelona, Spain, also with Syracuse University. In 2002 Rollins enrolled in Pratt Institute where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master of Science in Theory, Criticism and History of Art degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification. During her painting and historical research in Italy, she taught painting and drawing skills to Italian high school students in Lucca, studied language in Florence, and studied restoration & art history in Venice, where she lectured on Jacopo Tintoretto and his series of philosopher paintings in the Marciana Library. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, Maine. Upon completion of her dual Master degrees, Rollins has since accepted a position as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program. In addition to preparing for this upcoming exhibition, Rollins is also preparing for exhibitions in New York and Florence, Italy.


www.towerhill.org [cached]

Tower Hill Art Gallery will be the first to feature the work of Delaware native and artist, Monique Rollins.
Her debut exhibit, entitled Paintings, Drawings & Collages, begins December 3. Rollins' portfolio consists of oil paintings, charcoal drawings and collages incorporating a number of mediums including pencil, watercolor, and pen and ink. Each piece is a deeply felt visual document of her journeys and experiences. Rollins has immersed herself in the world of art—studying, drawing and painting. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002. During her undergraduate study Rollins studied painting in Pont-aven, France with the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000, book making & art history in Florence, Italy in 2001 with Syracuse University, painting & collage in Barcelona, Spain, also with Syracuse University. In 2002 Rollins enrolled in Pratt Institute where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master of Science in Theory, Criticism and History of Art degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification. During her painting and historical research in Italy, she taught painting and drawing skills to Italian high school students in Lucca, studied language in Florence, and studied restoration & art history in Venice, where she lectured on Jacopo Tintoretto and his series of philosopher paintings in the Marciana Library. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, Maine. Upon completion of her dual Master degrees, Rollins has since accepted a position as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program. In addition to preparing for this upcoming exhibition, Rollins is also preparing for exhibitions in New York and Florence, Italy.


www.towerhill.org [cached]

Wilmington, Delaware, November 9, 2006 - Tower Hill Art Gallery will be the first to feature the work of Delaware native and artist, Monique Rollins.
Her debut exhibit, entitled Paintings, Drawings & Collages, begins December 3. Rollins' portfolio consists of oil paintings, charcoal drawings and collages incorporating a number of mediums including pencil, watercolor, and pen and ink. Each piece is a deeply felt visual document of her journeys and experiences. Rollins has immersed herself in the world of art-studying, drawing and painting. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002. During her undergraduate study Rollins studied painting in Pont-aven, France with the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000, book making & art history in Florence, Italy in 2001 with Syracuse University, painting & collage in Barcelona, Spain, also with Syracuse University. In 2002 Rollins enrolled in Pratt Institute where she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master of Science in Theory, Criticism and History of Art degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance, and a Museum Studies Certification. During her painting and historical research in Italy, she taught painting and drawing skills to Italian high school students in Lucca, studied language in Florence, and studied restoration & art history in Venice, where she lectured on Jacopo Tintoretto and his series of philosopher paintings in the Marciana Library. Rollins was granted internships at both the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum in Camden, Maine. Upon completion of her dual Master degrees, Rollins has since accepted a position as Assistant to the Director of Pratt Institute's Pratt in Venice program. In addition to preparing for this upcoming exhibition, Rollins is also preparing for exhibitions in New York and Florence, Italy.


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