Rosalie Marsh-Boinus

Posted on May 20, 2009 by Sawdust Art Festival

         Rosalie is a Laguna Beach artist who exhibits her work at the Sawdust Art Festival. Her body of work includes vivid expressionistic style oil paintings, one-of-a-kind unique fabric purses made from found objects and enhanced photographs from her travels around the world. She is inspired by the German Expressionists and French post-impressionists. Rosalie paints primarily in oil and mixed media.   Her free-form expression is notably vivid, yet unsettling, giving rise to emotional transference, which is the hallmark of her work. She has found that healing comes from creating art.

       Rosalie is active in the Laguna Beach art scene. In the past, she has served as a member of the Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters, participating in “Scenes from Shakespeare” and has been an acting docent for the Festival of Arts.   She is a member of the Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Craft Guild, Artslant and For further information, please contact her at or through her website


Sawdust Art Festival (2006 to present)
Cup of Comfort for Breast Cancer Survivors short story “A Pebble and a Rock” (2008)
Writer’s Digest Award for the script “The Laundry Room”
Bon Appetite Magazine – recipes for holidays
Orange County Register – first prize short story contest
Coastline College Annual Art Show – first prize ceramics
Group Show Marion Meyer Contemporary Art with Komen Foundation
Wells Fargo Group Show
Art That’s Small in City Hall
Women’s Club Annual Art Show
Newport Beach Art Show
University of Minnesota B.A.
Saddleback College
Coastline Community College