Born 1956, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Rox Corbett’s drawings are made exclusively with charcoal.  Instead of being loose sketches her drawings are detailed and textural, and, she hopes, a little moody.  She believes charcoal is capable of more depth and richness than pencil ever can be.  Rox uses hand-made tools to rub into compressed charcoal sticks and then dry-paints the material onto the paper.   Charcoal pencils are used for the sharp edges, big charcoal sticks for the depths, and erasers to reverse the dark as one would in scratchboard.

Exhibitions include the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, WY, Cowgirl Up! Art Show and Sale at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg, AZ, Western Visions Wild 100 Show at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY, the Quest for the West Art Show at the Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN, the Loveland Art Museum, Loveland, CO, the Nicolaysen Museum, Casper, WY, the Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings, MT and the Mountain Oyster Club Art Show, Tucson, AZ.

“Massive horns reach into a summer sky

Rox Corbett about "Skyscraper"

“Strapping young calves, full of curiosity.

Rox Corbett about "A Fine Pair"

“Early sun gilds a smoke colored horse

Rox Corbett about "Smokey"