Rhonda Dee was born near the border of Texas and Mexico and is a dual citizen of both Australia and the U.S. Her artworks are concerned with identity and transformation and span a variety of mediums including sculpture, painting, installation, sound and public art.
Rhonda obtained her B.F.A. (honours) from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle and her Master of Art degree (honours) from Sydney University. In 2019 she was awarded a Post Grad Cert in Psychotherapy from Torrens University which has helped her work in the mental health sector.
Rhonda’s art works can be found in permanent collection in Long Island University, NY, the Museu Brasileiro da Escultura, Sao Paulo Brazil, Macquarie University Art Gallery, the Australia China Arts Foundation, as well as national and international private collections.
Rhonda has produced several major exhibitions of her work at Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Mclemoi Gallery, Macquarie University and her works are featured in publications including Artspiel New York, Artist Profile, The Art Life, Art Czar, Torrens University Blog, and Arts Hub Australia.
The arts are the major focus of her life and she has an unwavering belief in the power of creative expression as a positive transformative force for all.