Rosemary Cook works from her studios in Suffolk and Le Marche, Italy. Her distinctive sculptures of dogs and people are initially created in clay then cast in limited editions in either bronze or copper resin or as foundry bronzes. They are exhibited through out the United Kingdom and in Boston, Massachusetts. She is an associate member of the Society of Women Artists, joining in 2009.
Public work includes 'Boy Reading' for The Early Learning Centre, 'Looking Out to Sea' and 'Down Stream' for The Nelson Hotel, Norwich. 'Every Dog' in the entrance to Battersea Dog's Home, 'Charlie and Ball' for the American animal charity, S.P.C.A, New York State. 'Ben and Bodger' for the Kennel Club.