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artist , educator

Rosemary Cove, American artist, educator. Recipient award International Women's Year, Ford Foundation, 1976, award New York State Council for Arts, 1986. Member Women in the Arts, American Craft Council, Artists' Equity, Smithsonian Institution (associate).

Background

Cove, Rosemary was born on January 11, 1936 in New York City.

Education

Student, Parson School Design, New York City.

Career

Rosemary Cove is best known for her work with Corten Steel, clay and wax. She also creates painting and collage. Her subject is primarily the female form.

Cove has received a Ford Foundation Grant, National Endowment for the Arts Residency Grant, New York State Council for the Arts Grant, and National Endowment for the Arts Invitational Residency. In 2005, the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens held a major retrospective of Rosemary Cove’s sculpture and collage. Rosemary Cove lives and works in New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Claywork, Nudes & Flowers, 1985, exhibitions include Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Florida, 2005, Close up on the Arts, American Medalists Association, 2004, Artists' Museum New York City, 2006, 2008, Gremillion Fine Art Ingber Arts, videos, This Is It, 1979, Cove Live, 1981. Contributor articles public to professional journals.

Membership

Member Women in the Arts, American Craft Council, Artists' Equity, Smithsonian Institution (associate).

Connections

Children: Vadim James, Anthony Derek, Leslie Marie.

children:
Leslie Marie Cove

Vadim James Cove

Anthony Derek Cove