Rosamond Gross is a visual artist living, creating, teaching, and parenting in the suburbs of Maine. She ventures to balance her different, but connected daily roles as artist, educator, and mother. As a photographer, she embraces the momentum of busy days, reflexively documenting excerpts from her family life. As a mother behind the lens, she watches with wonder moments from a childhood unfolding. As a visual art educator, Rosamond guides her students in the art of seeing, introducing them to both the craft and care of creating. In art and in life, she believes that the way something is formed matters. Rosamond’s work was most recently exhibited at the Portland Museum of Art as part of the Untitled, 2020 show, Art in a _______ Time.