Illinois artist, Rozanne Hubbard, became interested in art at a young age. "I grew up watching my mother, an accomplished Missouri artist, sketch and paint. She provided me with plenty of art supplies and encouraged me along the way. My mother felt for an artist to be successful you must not only draw and paint everyday, but also study the works and writings of the great masters."
From her studies, Hubbard says she has become inspired by the atmospheric landscapes of the American Tonalists. "Like the Tonalists, I am drawn to those moments in the day when Nature reveals her mood. I love how the early morning and late day light can change a mundane scene into a glowing silhouette demanding our attention. My goal is not to copy what I see before me, but to capture the mood Mother Nature has revealed."
Hubbard is represented by Edgewood Orchard Galleries in Fish Creek, Wisconsin, Peoria Art Guild's Gallery Shop and Exhibit "A" Gallery in Peoria, Illinois.