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Pauline Roche

"Strolling Past Water Lilies"


"Pink Chiffon"


"Servers at the Ice Cream Bar"


"Audience for lady Macbeth"


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Pauline Roche

(Australian/ American b.1961)

Pauline Roche was born in London but grew up in Australia from the age of seven. In 1995 she moved to Boston, Mass in the United States, and later moved to Tucson, AZ until finally settling in California.

Pauline's figurative pieces usually portray people in distinctive settings. She loves to capture the unique gestures of people in quiet contemplation and reveal a connection between the people and their surroundings. In particular, she looks for connections between her figures and art. Museum settings with paintings and sculpture, historical buildings with grand architecture, people involved in dance and musical performance are consistent themes in her figurative work. In addition to her figurative work, Pauline paints still life, and plein-air landscapes. She believes in continually painting a variety of subject matter, enjoying the varied challenges and stimulation that different subjects offer.

Pauline's early art training was in the studios of practicing artists in Australia, where she received extensive training in traditional painting. Her subsequent art education has included studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston and The Florence Academy of Art, Italy.

Pauline’s work has won a number of awards in juried exhibitions, including the Gold Medal of Honor at the Audubon Artists Annual exhibition, New York and others in exhibitions at the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, the Salmagundi Club and the American Artists Professional League, New York. Her work has often been chosen as a Finalist in the Art Renewal Center's International ARC Salon competitions, and she was awarded 'Best Social Commentary - Runner Up' in the 2014 ARC Salon. She has received an Award for Artistic Excellence from Southwest Art magazine and won 2nd Prize in The Artist's Magazine 29th Annual Art Competition. She was awarded the Best Signature Award of Excellence in the Oil Painters of America National Exhibition of Traditional Oils, 2017, and most recently her work was selected for inclusion in the 112th Annual California Art Club Gold Medal Exhibition at the Bowers Museum, 2023.

She is listed in Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who of American Women. Feature articles on Pauline's work and technique have appeared in American Artist magazine, Southwest Art and The Artist's Magazine and also covered in show reviews in American Art Collector magazine. Her art is the subject of a book 'Bouquets of Brushes, Patches of Paint - The Art of Pauline Roche', by Karen S. Barbera.

Pauline's work has been shown in galleries and juried exhibitions throughout the United States since 1995. Before moving to the United States, Pauline exhibited her work in Australia where she was the recipient of a coveted prize for oil painting in the prestigious national juried exhibition, The A.M.E. Bale Art Awards, known as Australia's premier awards for traditional realism and figurative art. During her time living in Tucson AZ, she was artist in residence at Ventana Medical Systems Inc., where she developed a number of paintings of scientists at work and created a portrait of the founder of the company, which now hangs permanently in the company headquarters. Pauline now lives in Southern California, near San Diego.

Pauline is an artist member of the California Art Club, a Signature Member of Oil Painters of America, and a member of the Portrait Society of America, and the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association. She is also a member of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists and is a signatory member of the Victorian Artists Society. Her work is included in the corporate collection of the Melbourne Museum, Australia, the corporate collection of Ventana Medical Systems Inc., Tucson and in many other collections in USA, Australia, and Europe.

Jones & Terwilliger Galleries proudly represent Pauline Roche’s magnificent paintings in Carmel-by-the-Sea and Palm Desert, California.


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Phone: 831-626-9100

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