credit: Jill Courtney

credit: Jill Courtney

BIO & CONTACT

Rosella Mosteller’s photography speaks for itself, her love of the outdoors, and that of black-and-white fine art images.

 

Mosteller has a photograph in the State of Montana's permanent collection and the image hangs at the University of Montana, Missoula's chemistry building. In addition, she has photographs in the non-profit collections of the Kalispell Regional Hospital, Kalispell, and the Wave, Whitefish, Montana. Her awards include the San Francisco Academy of Art University summer portfolio grant (2007), the Chicago Art Institute merit scholarship (1999-2001), and the Talbots Scholarship (2007).  Her images have been juried into Montana exhibitions at the WaterWorks Art Museum, the Hockaday Museum of Art, Missoula Art Museum, and the Wave in Whitefish, Montana.  

 

She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (2011) from the San Francisco Academy of Art University.  Previously, she has studied at the School of the Art Institute Chicago, and the Flathead Valley Community College. 

 

Currently, she guides art tours and volunteers for the Missoula Art Museum and the Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell. At Stumptown Art Studio & Ceramic Annex, Whitefish, she leads a Cultural and Art History discussion group focused on Montana, American, European, and World artists and history. This year she organized a Cultural and Art History club art tour of Chicago's museums, theatre, food, galleries, and other visual art stimuli.

Black-and-white fine art photographer