Rossoni’s “Everything Must Go Show”


My friend Deb recently said, “You are always reinventing yourself-that’s what I like about you.” Sounds exciting, I know, but it is forever challenging. At mid-life, knowing there will be no retirement party followed by a pension, I am ready to plan my course of employment action.

Having been self-employed my entire adult life with music and art as a career, I’ve learned to become my own safety net. If I do not make things happen, they won’t. So I’ll continue to design in my Second Story Graphics studio (now in its 25th year) and host events such as The Songmill in the Rossoni Gallery. Top that all off with being an EMT in Jamestown, writing reviews for Motif, a little plein air painting and volunteering for organizations I care about and there lies my course of action for the next few years.

With all said, I am clearing my studio of all of the work I have done in the last 4 decades. Making room: to grow, to explore.

So if you would like a Rossoni piece at a very reasonable rate. Maybe even set your own price on some pieces. Come to the gallery and visit from August 17 – September 7 and view Rossoni: The Everything Must Go Show.

Also please don’t miss the Songmill session with Rick Bellaire and Joe Doyle on August 17! Details at


Welcome to Rossoni Gallery

After working many years as a musician and designer, and loving most every minute of it, I felt it was time to expand a bit and spill over into another passion of mine-fine art.

Through the years I have been an incredible admirer of the works of my peers–-how they think, create and express themselves through song, on paper, canvas  and other media.

Rossoni Gallery is my invitation to many of these talented artists to show the community what it is they do, why they do what they do, and how it may of interest to them.

So, I hope you will sign our mailing list and hope you will attend one of our events and share your thoughts on art, music and culture.

Mary Ann Rossoni


Rossoni Gallery

Rossoni Gallery is located in Studio BF112 at 558 Mineral Spring Avenue, Pawtucket, RI in the historic Lorraine Mills Building (across the street from the noted Lorraine Fabrics store). Along the left side of the large, two-towered mill, there is a very long and wide parking lot. The Gallery is in one of the first floor, walk-right-in, studio units along the right side of the parking lot –studio BF112. The studio is handicapped accessible (ramp 2 doors to the right of Gallery entrance)