Press Coverage & Publications

Circle Foundation for the Arts - Review

Jan, 2021

Canadian artist Rosemarie Armstrong has been painting for over four decades. Her seascape and landscape paintings reflect her artistic soul and her professional caliber.

"Circle Foundation for the Arts was created in 2017 and functions as an international arts platform. We annually represent a unique, juried selection of visual artists in our online gallery. Although many artists apply for membership, our goal is to maintain a small and exclusive selection of Featured Artists."

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ArtTour International Magazine Fall Issue 2017 Artists For A Green Planet

Nov, 2017

Inspired by her love for nature, Canadian artist Rosemarie Armstrong creates work that reflects the constant transformation of the natural world. Armstrong makes informed use of colors and swiftly layers them in her paintings playing with different techniques of motion, shadow, and light to capture the natural atmospheric changes in her landscapes. Elements of earth, water and atmosphere have laid the foundation stone in her works. In her paintings, Armstrong aims to present a rendition of worldly emotions to experience solitude, anger, peace, and enlightenment. She describes how both peace and chaos are coexisting in the world, emphasizing that in the context of development, man is clashing with the laws of nature.

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Cover Image - Textbook

Jan, 2013

Cover Image for Cross/Cultures 166 Textbook: Ethical Encounters - Spaces and Selves in the Writings of Rudy Wiebe

Author Janne Korkka, Turku University of Finland 2013

Printed in the Netherlands by Rodopi B.V., Amsterdam - New York, NY


Cover Image (front and back) designed by Gordon Collier, composed from elements of 3 paintings created by Artist Rosemarie Armstrong:  Illumination/ Rock Faces/ Wild Shores

Excerpt/Quote from back cover: "Ethical Encounters engages with both physical and narrative spaces which are not permanently fixed in landscape or geography, or in human perceptions of place, arguing that the most radical expressions of alterity in Wiebe's writings emerge in encounters with the spaces of the Canadian North."