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Rosalind Welcher, American artist, author. Named to Hunter College Hall of Fame. Member Phi Beta Kappa, Ocean Cruising Club (London), Stavenger Club (Norway), Yacht.

Background

Welcher, Rosalind was born on October 21, 1922 in New York City. Daughter of Peter and Ida (Rubenstein) Welcher.

Education

Bachelor, Hunter College, 1942.

Career

Editor Joan & Ginger's Magazine, 1944. Freelance illustrator various magazines including McCalls, Today's Woman, Glamour, 1944-1946. Co-organizer, art director Panda Prints, Incorporated, New York York City, 1946-1977.

Art director, partner Fisher Hill Studios, Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, since 1977.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author, illustrator: The Runaway Angel Angel, 1963, The Split-Level Child, 1963, The Magic Top, 1965, It's Wonderful To Be in Love, 1966, Have You Ever Been Lonely, 1967, Somebody's Thinking of You, 1967, Please Don't Feel Blue, 1967, 68, I Wish You a Merry Christmas, 1967, Squeaking By, 1969, There is Nothing Like a Cat, 1968, When You're Away, 1969, Moonlight Cobwebs and Shadows, 1969, The Wonderful Season, 1970, Thank You for So Many Things, 1970, Do You Believe in Magic, 1971, Maybe the Sky is Falling, 1970, This Could Be Such a Beautiful World, 1970, It Must Be Hard to Be a Mother, 1971, I Want to Be Somebody's Cat, 1986, My Brother Says There's a Monster Living in Our Toilet, 1987, Dear Tabby, 1989, Social Insecurities, 1989, (video) When Nino Flew, 1997 (One of the Ten Best Videos 1997), The Fluffy Files, 2002, Cat People, 2003. Creating a line of limited edition fine art giclee prints.

Membership

Member Phi Beta Kappa, Ocean Cruising Club (London), Stavenger Club (Norway), Yacht.

Connections

Married Fred M. Salvic, November 14, 1945.

father:
Peter Welcher

mother:
Ida (Rubenstein) Welcher

spouse:
Fred M. Salvic