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 Roseline Delisle  (1952 - 2003)

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Lived/Active: Quebec/California / Canada      Known for: small-scale porcelain vessel

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Originally known for her small-scale porcelain vessels, ceramist Roseline Delisle also gained recognition through her creation of earthenware sculptures that often bare a subtle resemblance to the human form.

Delisle was born in Quebec, Canada in 1952.  She attended the Institute of the Applied Arts in Montreal, Quebec, Canada from 1969 until 1973, and later studied as an apprentice in the studio of Enid LeGros.  She moved to the United States in 1978, living in Venice, California where she began working in a ceramic studio.  During the early 1980s, she spent a year at the Santa Monica City College in California.  The scale of her artwork increased significantly after 1985, when she was commissioned by the J. Paul Getty Center for the History of Art and Humanities in Santa Monica, California to create sculptural vessels for the entryway.

Her artwork has been displayed by institutions in a number of countries around the globe, including Canada, England, Finland, France, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Russia, Japan, and the United States.  Solo exhibitions of her work have been held on multiple occasions since the 1980s by galleries such as the Dorothy Weiss Gallery in San Francisco, California; Frank Lloyd Gallery in Santa Monica, California; Garth Clark Galleries in Los Angeles and New York; and the John Berggruen Gallery in San Francisco.

Examples of her artwork have been added to the permanent collections of institutions including the Arizona State University Museum in Tempe, Arizona; Detroit Institute of Arts in Michigan; Getty Center for the History of Art and Humanities in Los Angeles, California; Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City; Musée des Beaux Arts in Montréal, Canada; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in California; and the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art in Japan.  

Roseline Delisle died in 2003 at the age of fifty-one.
 

Submitted by Jenna Wuensche, Researcher

Source:
Jules Heller and Nancy G. Heller, North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century

Internet Resource:
Frank Lloyd Gallery, Artists: Roseline Delisle Biography, http://www.franklloyd.com/

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