Natural History Museum of Utah

Rosalie Winard

Rosalie Winard is a photojournalist, artist and lecturer now based in Salt Lake City. Winard's work is in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Library of Congress, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Natural History Museum of Utah, National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, The New York Historical Society, North Dakota Museum of Art, Pfizer Corporate Art Collection, Geralyn Dreyfous, Errol Morris, David Rockefeller, Nelson Mandela, Oliver Sacks and others. Her work on avian life has been published in an award winning book and exhibition WILD BIRDS OF THE AMERICAN WETLANDS, recently shown at the Natural History Museum of Utah.

Her photographs have been published in Audubon, ArtForum, Time, The New York Times, Le Monde, Forbes, The Salt Lake Tribune, on book covers and have been shown on 60 Minutes, NBC, PBS & BBC. She has been featured on Radio West and other NPR affiliates and has lectured at the American Museum of Natural History, the Natural History Museum of Utah, the Exploratorium in San Francisco, Cornell’s Lab of Ornithology, University of Utah, Weber State University, Westminster College, Mount Holyoke College, and in SLC public schools.

She is currently producing an archive of the birds of Great Salt Lake. Through her art she seeks to promote awareness and conservation of large wetland birds and their habitats in North America.