Born and raised in Sicily, Rosso moved permanently to London in early 2000. She holds a MA in International Communications and Human Rights and worked in advertising before changing her direction to the visual arts. In her short but intense art career, she has won several art prizes, starting with the 2016 “Emerald Winter Pride Award”, organized by Pride UK, where she won the First Prize with her self-portrait “Madame Moustache”, a work challenging traditional binary gender notions. This was shortly followed by another first prize for the Holly Bush “Emerging Woman Painter Prize”, leading to Rosso’s first solo exhibition at CASSart headquarters gallery in Islington (London). In 2019, Rosso was awarded the first prize for the portrait/figurative category at the “Jackson Open Painting Prize”. She was selected to participate in “Sky Portrait Artist Of The Year” in 2019 and again in 2021 with her two self-portraits “Lost Identity” (2019) and “Fragile” (2020). In 2021, her painting “La Roja, La Morena” was a finalist in the renowned “Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize”, which opened doors to collaborations and exhibitions internationally with galleries in US (Sugarlift, Principle Gallery), Canada (James Baerd Gallery), Norway (Romfjord Gallery), Germany (Stoerpunkt).
Rosso has been featured in Colossal, Create Mag, Evolved Mag, MyModernMet, Artists&Illustrator; The Artist’s Magazine, etc and her painting “Climate Rebel” (2019) was on the cover of Arena Magazine (Australia); her work was sold to renowned art collectors worldwide.