Rosemary Joynt (b. 1957, South Africa) studied Fine Art at the Johannesburg Technikon, now the University of Johannesburg. Rosemary’s work explores the points of transition between the depiction of the physical natural environment and the abstract realm of the intuitive imagination. Through various media, but primarily oil paint, she often alludes to her concerns about climate change. Recently she has sought refuge from the overbearing political discourse to focus on the sublime in nature, as a way to condense stillness in the midst of chaos. She has been represented in numerous group exhibitions by galleries such as Eclectica Art and Design, Absolut Gallery, Cavalli Art Gallery and Gallery 2. Her work has also been exhibited at the Turbine Art Fair in Johannesburg. Rosemary’s work is part of several private and corporate collections. These include the Investec Collection, TCB Media and DLA Piper, amongst others. Rosemary is a full time artist, living and working in Johannesburg, South Africa.