Rosy Sunshine Galvan

Rosy Sunshine Galvan is a Dominican-American artist from the pre-gentrified, Lower East Side of Manhattan, residing in Baltimore. Her art is a strange and awkward, yet beautiful meeting of graffiti, folk art, Caribbean vibes, direct conversations and healing. In the series, Ancestral Vessels of Feminist Resistance, Rosy Sunshine creates vibrant paintings of survival. Her color-filled goddesses explore the power to reclaim the physical realm and thrive after acts of violence and explores using color vibrations, patterns, and tactile paintings to heal trauma and anxiety.

About the guest

Rosy Sunshine Galvan is a Dominican-American artist from the pre-gentrified, Lower East Side of Manhattan, residing in Baltimore. Her art is a strange and awkward, yet beautiful meeting of graffiti, folk art, Caribbean vibes, direct conversations and healing. Rosy is a big fan of artist Yayoi Kusama.

In the series, Ancestral Vessels of Feminist Resistance, Rosy Sunshine creates vibrant paintings of survival. Her color-filled goddesses explore the power to reclaim the physical realm and thrive after acts of violence and explores using color vibrations, patterns, and tactile paintings to heal trauma and anxiety.

Photo credit | Lyndon Cudlitz

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