Rosalie Sunderland Day White received her B.A. and M.Ed. from Lynchburg College in Virginia. She attended the Washington Studio School in Washington, D.C., and undertook, on three occasions, independent study in Paris, France. Her work has been widely exhibited in venues such as Courtyard Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas; The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia; L’Hermitage, Rueil Malmaison, France; and Purdue University Galleries. Commercial representation has been Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Warm Springs Gallery, Warm Springs, Virginia; Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia; and The Glave Kocen Gallery, Richmond, Virginia. Her work is included in private and corporate collections in the United States and France. Rosalie is a Co-Founder of the Beverley Street Studio School in Staunton, Virginia. July 2017 was her 20th season as artist in residence, Nimrod Hall, Bath County, Virginia. She was chosen to represent the City of Lynchburg, Virginia in an artistic exchange exhibition with Lynchburg’s sister city, in France. Currently, Rosalie teaches painting at The Academy Center of the Arts and Art on 12th in Lynchburg, Virginia.