credit: Rosella Mosteller

credit: Rosella Mosteller


Rosella Mosteller’s black-and-white photography brings the essence and feeling of nature to your touch and sight. Her desaturated images capture the emotive value of being in the present space and time when her photos were taken.

Mosteller has a strong education in the visual fine arts beginning with the School of the Art Institute Chicago and ending with the Academy of Art University, San Francisco where she was presented with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Scholarship honors connected to both of these exceptional institutions recognized her and her work.

Currently Mosteller volunteers as an art guide and docent respectively at the Missoula Art Museum and Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell. Seven years ago, Mosteller began a Cultural and Art History club. Group members explore art in depth as they challenge each other to continue learning through research and monthly discussions. Annually, the group travels to a destination, such as Chicago or New York City, for a live, up close art and culture experience. 

Among Mosteller's higher achievements has been as an Artist-in-Residence at the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Wyoming. She has also been honored to have work chosen to be a part of the State of Montana's permanent collection in Helena.

Her photographs continue to be juried into exhibitions across the state.

Black-and-white fine art photographer