Australian painter Rosa Fedele, known for her portrait and figurative work, was born in Sydney and studied at the prestigious Julian Ashton Art School. A member of Portrait Artists Australia, Australia’s largest industry association for professional portraitists, her work has been exhibited in NSW Parliament House and Parliament House Canberra, as well as numerous galleries and exhibitions in Australia and worldwide.
Rosa fell avidly in love with books at a very young age. Her favourites were those by C.S. Lewis and Tolkien, and later on Raymond E. Feist, David Eddings, Anne McCaffrey and Frank Herbert; in fact, anything with beautiful and spellbinding words and imagery that would allow her to escape into other worlds.
Her debut illustrated suspense novel THE RED DOOR was the fulfilment of a lifelong dream, to interweave a story with pictures and draw the reader into her own bewitching, and slightly dark-edged, world. The sequel to her modern gothic mystery will be released in 2018, stay tuned and follow the hashtag #australiannoir
When an iconic Sydney property is acquired by the obsessive Gordana, strangers penetrate Marcela's world, each with a dark secret of their own. But Marcela conceals a sinister bond tying her to the derelict estate, holding the power to not only unravel Gordana's grand designs, but expose bloodstained treachery, long-buried betrayals and lies.
The new owner of an old Sydney mansion begins to believe she is being watched by the mysterious resident in Number Three, a reclusive man who happens to share his name with two teenage sisters, victims of a sinister & brutal murder. Her fascination with the unsolved crime becomes obsession: consuming her life, shaking relationships with her newfound friends & leaving a trail of devastation.
Rosa Fedele in Digital Journal
Australian author and artist Rosa Fedele releases her first in a series of illustrated novels, THE RED DOOR. Fedele ... read more