Roseline Young is a retired art teacher with 30 years’ experience working with inner city schools in New Orleans, Louisiana. Roseline has taught adult art classes at the University of New Orleans, the Alliance for the Arts and the Cape Coral Art Studio in Cape Coral, Florida. She holds Master Artist Status from the Louisiana Folklife Program. Fiber Artist and Educator, she has a weaving in the collection of the Smithsonian where she met with Mrs. Laura Bush in the creation of a Roseate Spoonbill woven ornament for the White House.
Rose has installations at the New Orleans City Hall, New Orleans International Airport, Office of Economic Development, and a permanent installation at the New Orleans Gallier Hall and St. Bernard Public Library. She has developed noteworthy public outreach programs in art, the environment, weaving and spinning. Rose completed her BA in Art/Painting from Dominican College, Racine, Wisconsin and her MA in Weaving Sculpture from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Rose owns and operates a working studio, ROSELINE WEAVING STUDIO, creating one-of-a kind wall hangings, wearable art, as well as spinning and weaving instruction.
“I work as a Fiber Artist in Hand weaving, Art Quilting, Fabric dyeing and painting. I believe Art is a powerful communicator; I use texture, color, design, emotion and feelings to convey my abstract expressionistic style. I love creating wall hangings with bold colors that draw you in with perspective and dimension. I enjoy sharing with children and adults, encouraging creativity, form and good design. I feel Art is an excellent vehicle for social and environmental change especially when it shows light on our world, relationships and problems.”