Rosanne Bennett is an artist currently based in West Kelowna. Rosanne’s recent works with have merged landscape, memory and nostalgia while observing and discussing the history of both Canadian abstract painting and landscape painting. Over the past decade her work has involved many points of interest including the research of images from vintage nursing manuals, the affects on land as evidenced from mining, highways and logging as well as a folk-inspired selection of Farmer Trading Cards that plays with a number of categories intending to create a conversation on farming and Agricultural Reserve Land in the Okanagan. She holds a BFA from Emily Carr University 1994, and a Diploma in Art History from UBC 2012.