Rosanne Guille grew up on the tiny Channel Island of Sark and went on to train in Natural History Illustration and ecological studies at Bournemouth and at the Royal College of Art in London.

Her paintings have been shown widely in exhibitions including the Society of Wildlife Artists and the Royal Miniature Society and she has illustrated for publications such as Usborne books and BBC Wildlife magazine. 

She is a member of the Artists for Nature Foundation and was the organizer of their Jubilee project ‘Art for the Love of Sark’ in 2011/12. 

Rosie now lives and paints in Guernsey.

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