Rosemary Fox's art grew gradually and organically from her experience as a painter, illustrator and sculptor.
Her ability to render with the hand and eye of a technical illustrator,
coupled with the sensitivity, freedom and imagination of the Romantics
and Impressionists - and the ability to modify and synthesize her source
material to create fresh, one-of-a-kind works - makes no design challenge
too difficult. She's equally comfortable with cave art and medieval motifs,
Rococco, Bloomsbury and trompe-l'oeil. To this end, she maintains a large
and growing library of art references, spanning all historical periods
In the early 90's she added ceramics, including painted tile, carved plaques and shard-work to her offerings of painted furniture and murals. Also at that time, she and Joel began incorporating unique elements like vintage barn beams and columns, antique doors, windows, cabinetry, lighting and hardware into Joel's designs.