Rose Anderson’s “Spring Wildflowers of Maryland”  with the Natural History Society of Maryland, is an interactive artist’s guide to forging, finding and savoring the beauty of spring.  Curator Cheryl McGinnis writes the forward.  Download here and get started. 


     "One of the primary drivers of the photo compositions I consider my main body of work is my exploration of how we see nature when we've become disconnected from it. We have this sort of high-level understanding that a landscape view of fields, or mountains, or the ocean, or a forest path is nature. We forget that a landscape only exists at that high-level view because of all the details that make it up.  Our awareness of those details is what makes the difference between really connecting with nature and having an outdoor experience where nature is merely incidental."

Rose Anderson


Recent Press

April 5, 2018
Cheryl McGinnis talks about Rose Anderson's most recent art photography project.

March 16, 2018
Zhang Hongtu at Connecticut College, Rose Anderson at Goucher College: Cheddar Art Correspondent Cheryl McGinnis looks at art in the college galleries.