Solo Shows

Putting on a solo show challenges the artist to create a series of paintings on a theme and prepare them for presentation. From 1995 to the present Seitz has produced shows in Art Galleries, Wineries, Public Spaces, Banks, Hotels, and Private businesses up to 30 paintings for a period of up to 2 months.

Between 1995 and the present Rosanne has put together over 36 solo shows including seven annual shows at Village Art Gallery in Arroyo Grande, four annual shows at Laetitia Vineyards (previously Maison Deutz), Cambria Fine Art gallery, Office of State Senator Jack O’Connell, four shows at Paso Robles City Offices, Broadway Gallery in Santa Maria and August Editions in San Luis Obispo.

“I stopped in at the Village to see your show today. It was just splendid! I really envy your unique color sense…nobody used color combinations in quite the same way, was especially impressed with one painting that combined yellows and pinks. WOW! Just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed it.”

— Sincerely, Roger Bradfieldt

Benefit Shows

am particularly proud of my membership in San Luis Obispo Outdoor Painters of the Environment. As a group of up to 20 professional artists we are committed to preserving the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life found in San Luis Obispo County.

This Organization creates artworks which are used to draw public attention to endangered natural communities and to generate funds to be used for the protection or purchase of endangered lands. We work in cooperation with local and national conservation groups and landowners to protect San Luis Obispo County.

“Wild Ones of S.L.O”

Benefit for Pacific Wildlife Care

“Irish Hills Forever”

The Nature Conservancy, Morro Bay Natural History Association & Bay Foundation

“ECOSLO Open Space”
Benefit for ECOSLO Environmental Center

“Go Native l”

Benefit for Atascadero Native Tree Association

“East/West Ranch – Ranch Preservation”
Benefit for SWAP (Small Wilderness Area Protection)

Celebrating the Dream, Painting the Hearst Ranch”
Benefit for the American Land Conservancy

“A Western Affair By the Sea”
Benefit for California Rangeland Trust

“Carrizo on Canvas”

To benefit The Friends of the Carrizo Plain

“Go Native ll”
Atascadero Native Tree Association

Rosanne also participates in events for many non-profit groups including Public Radio Women’s Shelter, Land Conservancy, Botanical Garden, San Luis Obispo Arts’ Council Art After Dark, Rotary Club and Friends of Carrizo Plain, through art donations, exhibitions and demonstrations that produce funds for their benefit.