Rosalie Sherman graduated from Philadelphia College of Art in the 60’s and since then has explored a variety of materials: wood, fabric, steel, aluminum, clay and now pewter. Rosalie spent fifteen years making site-specific public sculptures. She has made sculpture benches for parks in Pennsylvania, animal seating for a subway stop in Boston, dog and cat sculptures for the front of a county animal shelter in Florida, play sculptures for a children’s hospital in Oregon, and benches and sculptures for schools in Maryland. Now Rosalie’s turned her attention to everyday surroundings, making affordable sculptures for the home. It pleases her to know her little cast of characters are opening cabinets and holding brooms in the homes around the world.
Gulph Mills, PA