Born Portsmouth, Hampshire, 1952. Educated St Felix, Southwold, Suffolk (1962 - 69) and Chichester College, Sussex (1970 - 73) Lincoln College of Art and Design (1985 - 87). Rosemary Cook worked for many years as a conservator and restorer of the decorative arts, however, it was during her late teens that she discovered her love of sculpting
Years later her experience with materials and techniques acquired as a restorer of sculpture at The Royal Academy led on to her present career and success as a professional sculptor. She now lives in Suffolk and works in the "idyllic setting" of her studio in an old, oak framed barn. She works quickly, using clay to produce an original model that is thoroughly distinctive in its strong, impressionistic lines
Rosemary was made an associate member of The Society of Women artists in March 2009 and a full member in May 2010.