Rosser Riddle is an artist who makes large-scale graphic paintings. His bright and engaging works highlight the absurdities and consequences of capitalism in America.
In 2022, Rosser exhibited his works publicly for the first time in his self-promoted solo show ‘FAMILY OF ORIGIN’. Prior to painting, Rosser created his own clothing line of graphic t-shirts and sweatshirts featuring the names of iconic musicians like Otis Redding, and famed lyrics like “A Little Bit Louder Now.” His pieces were sold by Saks Fifth Avenue, Urban Outfitters, and Bloomingdale’s and beloved by celebrities including Olivia Wilde, Samuel L. Jackson, and Boyz 2 Men.
Rosser graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a degree in Business, emphasis in Music Business.
Rosser was born and raised among the pines outside of Chapel Hill, NC. After being away for 14 years living in Nashville, TN, New York, NY, and Atlanta, GA he returned to Carolina in 2018 to be closer to family. Being back home allowed him time to focus on his next phase of artistry, art that reflects the stories of millions of nameless Americans.