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Michael A. Roosevelt
In 1996 he established Ross House Studio, a printmaking studio in heritage buildings that he moved to a site at Margaree Harbour, Nova Scotia. In 2005 operations were moved to the artist's home at Belle Cote, across from Margaree Harbour, Nova Scotia.
Michael Roosevelt's work ranges from large engravings on copper to lithographs and relief prints (both wood engravings and linoleum cuts). The majority of his work is black and white although recently he has made a quantity of color relief prints. His subjects cover a broad range with a special emphasis on figures and architectural themes. Many of the pieces shown here are relief prints of subjects found in New England and the Maritime Provinces.
Michael Roosevelt was elected as an artist member of the Society of Canadian Artists in 2005. For many years he was an artist member of Visual Arts Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Printmakers Association, the Vermont Crafts Council and is currently listed in Who's Who in American Art. For many years he was an active participant in the Nova Scotia Studio Rally program and occasionally participates in Vermont's Open Studio program.
Michael Roosevelt is a retired Adjunct Professor in the Visual Arts Department, Northern Vermont University-Lyndonville, Vermont. He a member of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA).
Click on the item below to go to corresponding catalogue subject. Hurricane Katrina Series birds animals sea creatures insects, butterflies, moths flora, trees, landscapes Vermont interest: 1, 2 Cape Breton scenes: 1, 2, 3 churches Cape Breton domestic farm scenes marine interest: 1, 2 along Cape Breton's shore nudes, figures: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 various subjects Print Archive