Born and raised in a neighborhood just off the 110 fwy between Gardena and Compton, Rosalyn Myles has spent most of her life in the City of Los Angeles. She grew up traversing the entire city, playing games with her friends in Watts, swimming with her brothers in South LA, riding the bus to attend art classes at Barnsdall Park in Hollywood and eating Japanese food with her classmates from Narbonne High School in Torrance. She attended Mills College in Oakland on a scholarship, spent a few years at CSDHU then completed her Masters Degree in Fine Arts at the California College of Arts. For a few years she resided in Napa California, then in San Fransico where she worked at the Yuerba Buena Center for the Arts. Rosalyn has exhibited her work all over the US. She recently had the opportunity to create a Satellite Installation project for PR4 art event in New Orleans. Rosalyn currently resides in the West Adams district in the center of LA.
Los Angeles CA. 90018