Filipina-American artist, Rose Datoc Dall was born in Washington, DC and raised in Northern Virginia. She received her BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in 1990. Mrs. Dall's artwork is predominantly a contemporary figurative exploration in painting and printmaking. Rose is also known for her body of religious artwork in addition to her figurative work. Mrs. Dall has received several awards and honors for her work and several her works are a part of permanent collections in public and private institutions. Amongst numerous exhibitions, a video profile with her artwork is featured on both on the web on www.mormon.org; her artwork has also appeared in publications such as the Ensign Magazine, The New Era Magazine, and on LDS.org. In addition, Rose’s illustrations have appeared on book covers, in books and is featured in several publications online and in print. Currently, in addition to exhibiting, Mrs. Dall enjoys teaching private Figure Drawing and Painting Workshops and lectures on occasion as a way of giving back to her community.
Mrs. Dall is married to a supportive and loving husband, Timothy. The Dall’s have four children, three of which are grown and in their twenties, the last one being in high school. Rose is also very happy to be a grandmother. The Dalls currently live in Ashburn, VA.