Roslyn Wilkins Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Roslyn Wilkins based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Yosemite Merced River with Half Dome by Roslyn Wilkins
Red Orchid with Bokeh by Roslyn Wilkins
Los Angeles City Hall and Arthur J. Will, Memorial Fountain by Roslyn Wilkins
Aqua Succulent with Colorful Pink Backgroundl by Roslyn Wilkins
Old and New in Downtown Los Angeles by Roslyn Wilkins
Los Angeles City Hall viewed from LAPD Headquarters by Roslyn Wilkins
Colorful Bromeliad by Roslyn Wilkins
Blue Waves on Worthing Beach by Roslyn Wilkins
Striking Dead Trees by Roslyn Wilkins
Poker Plants in Pinks and Blues by Roslyn Wilkins
Rialto Beach by Roslyn Wilkins
Angels Flight Railway Walking Up the Steps by Roslyn Wilkins
Merced River Flowing at Yosemite by Roslyn Wilkins
Fluffy Pampas Grass in Pink by Roslyn Wilkins
Athabasca Falls at Jasper Park by Roslyn Wilkins
Autumn Trees with Dry Leaves with Shadows on Ground by Roslyn Wilkins
Masts with Blue Background by Roslyn Wilkins
Pink Chairs at Grand Park by Roslyn Wilkins
Bluestar Ceramic Tile Reproduction by Roslyn Wilkins
Tree Sculpture by Roslyn Wilkins
Los Angeles Skyline with Reflections by Roslyn Wilkins
Full Moon Rising Over Hills 1 by Roslyn Wilkins
Cactus Waving at You by Roslyn Wilkins
Brown Pelican in Breeding Season by Roslyn Wilkins
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About Roslyn Wilkins
A lifetime ago when I was in my twenties, I would come home from work, lock myself in the bathroom and work in my makeshift darkroom inhaling all those stinky chemicals. They smelled like heaven to me as I was enthralled by the whole process.
Eventually life got in the way and I gave up on photography and art in general. Several decades later the creative bug escaped from captivity and exploded in every direction. I was painting in acrylics, making collages, decorating frames and mirrors and eventually learned how to paint and glaze ceramic tiles. I even had my own kiln.
But a little voice kept nagging in the background until I could no longer avoid it. So December 2012 I bought my first DSLR, a Canon T3i, and I haven't looked back (except to take a photo!). Now I love processing my images in Lightroom and Photoshop... and once more I am enthralled!