Rosibel’s artwork concentrates in glass art and sculpture. She has dedicated extensively to fine arts, working with a variety of media throughout her career. Rosibel was raised in Venezuela in an artistic environment where her mother and grandfather guided her first steps into her Journey in Art. This journey is reflected in her latest work "The green paths" and "Under the roofs of love", artwork that is loaded with energy, strength and vibrant colors. Walking along light-filled roads seeming labyrinths that combine both, a stream of emotions and the calmness of nature in her life. Rosibel, with her creative force, reflects the light that has always guided her path and the moments lived and shared under the roofs of love, friendship and family commitment.

She moved with her family to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1994, where she found her way in a new town and was much more of a foreign culture. While living in Oklahoma, Rosibel earned a scholarship at Ben D. Floyd Museum School at Philbrook Museum of Art. She also worked as an assistant to professional artists, working in life-sized bronze sculptures and interned as a curator assistant at the Glassell School of Art - The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.  Rosibel also studied at Florida Atlantic University, where she had a great input for her artistic vein and later successfully graduated from The University of Tulsa, with a Magna Cum Laude degree in Fine Arts, with an emphasis in sculpture and a minor in art history.  Houston is now her hometown, the place she missed when away, where her children come back to visit and the place where she works and gets inspired. 

In 1998 she made a life size sculpture, entitled “Progress” (8’x8’x8’), which was inspired by her hometown in Venezuela. This sculpture was acquired by CITGO Petroleum Co. and is exhibited in their headquarters in Houston, Texas. Another of her large-scale sculptures, entitled “Carrying the Future,” is on display at the Martin Regional Library in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In 2011, Sucesos, the Newspaper of the Hispanic Community, selected her as “Woman of the Year 2010” for her outstanding and inspirational work as an artist and was honored at the Fourth Annual “A Tribute to the Hispanic Woman” in Houston, Texas. Rosibel artwork was selected in 2016 to illustrate, with more than 12 pictures, the cover and the interior of the bilingual anthology of the Cavern, School of Creative Writing. This edition title Sensual Vortex, includes texts of Hispanic-American writers. This anthology is available at Amazon.com. Rosibel has exhibited her work among other places, at the City Art Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma State University, the University of Tulsa, at Tulsa Artist Coalition Gallery and, at the University of Georgia’s Center for Latin America and the Caribbean Studies. She has also displayed her work art at Texas Society of Sculptors, at Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, Austin, Texas, at The Sculptors Gala, Sculptors Dominion, Inc. San Antonio, Texas and most recently at Expo Milan 2015, International Contemporary Art in Milano, Italy.  

Rosibel has exhibited her work internationally and has been selected for group and solo exhibitions. She is a proud member of National Sculpture Society and Glass Art Society. Her work is shown in both public and private collections.