Monique Rollins (1980, Wilmington, USA) received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York in 2002 and in 2006 earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting, a Master in Art History degree, specializing in Venetian Renaissance Art, and a Museum Studies Certification from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.
Rollins paints between New York City and Florence, Italy and has been exhibiting internationally for over a decade.
In 2018 Rollins exhibited at the Zhu Naizheng Research Center of Art in Beijing, China.
In 2017 she had a major exhibition at the Delaware Contemporary Museum in Wilmington, Delaware.
In 2016 Monique had her first Retrospective exhibition at the Shevchenko National Museum in Kiev, Ukraine.
In 2015 was awarded the IU artist residence in Beijing, China, followed by an exhibition at the Beijing American Center in Beijing, China.
Monique has had multiple exhibitions in New York City at Andre Zarre Gallery, as well as at metroquadro Gallery in Torino, Italy, Art Miami Context 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013 editions.
Her work can be viewed in the official residence of the Ambassador of the European Union in Kingston, Jamaica as well as in the County offices of the Mayor of Wilmington, Delaware.
Rollins has five large scale artworks that can be viewed on public sites throughout the city of Wilmington. Her artworks are in many prominent collections in North America, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.