Joseph Rozman was born on December 26, 1944 in Milwaukee, WI. He was the first artist to have a solo exhibition at the David Barnett Gallery, having his first one man show in 1967, again in 1969, and 1971. Rozman received his BFA (with honors in 1967) and MFA (1969) from UW-Milwaukee, and would later become a Professor at Mount Mary College. His zany style portrays his spontaneous blending of ancient and personal symbols influenced by Egyptian art and the paintings and drawings of Paul Klee, his free experimentation with varied materials and processes, and his delight in color and texture. Carrying the credo of "Art is Fun," Rozman's playful gestures recur in his richly diverse works. It is sure to be a happy experience.