Rosemary LeBeau lives and works in central Massachusetts.
She was raised on a pig farm. Her father was a garbage collector and her mother was an english teacher. This dichotomy served to plant her feet firmly on the ground and her head in the clouds.
She attended art school where she fell in love with photography and her husband, Bill. They raised two wildly artistic children (and a few eyebrows).
LeBeau worked for twenty-five years as an art educator and mentor while feverishly pursuing her own artistic calling. She sites several key artists, Christopher James, Joseph Cornell, Michael de Meng, Nina Bagley, Kass Copeland and James Michael Starr as wonderful inspirations in her life, as well as Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath for feeding her fire.
In addition to making art, LeBeau also refurbishes antique furniture and assists clients in creating and designing living and working spaces that are individual, unique and truly fabulous.