Annette Rowdon was born in Berlin, Germany, but grew up in America. She studied German literature at Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, before moving to London, where she attended the Central School of Arts and Crafts (1954-58), before studying sculpture at Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome. She held a residency at Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania (1978) and was associate professor of art at Marlbor College, Vermont (1980-85), before studying for a teacher's certificate in London and going on to teach at Chelsea School of Art and in Italy and Austria.
She is known primarily as a sculptor in bronze, plaster, clay, stone and marble, and her portrait busts are in a number of collections and museums including: Sir David Willcoks (the Royal College of Music) and publisher Samuel Fischer (National Museum, Marbach). She has held joint exhibitions at Ben Uri in London (1986) and Livorno, Italy (1992).
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