Roslyn Orsto is one of Bathurst Island’s youngest artists. Taught to paint when she was seventeen by her sister-in-law, Maria Josette Orsto, today she works alongside Maria and other artists at Tiwi Design, predominantly painting with ochre on canvas and on paper, using wooden comb technique. Roslyn’s work has been included in group exhibitions throughout Australia since 2003. In 2007 she exhibited in Ngiya Miranginga, Nyirrataninga, Ngiya Yupunga (‘I call her daughter, she calls me auntie, we call each other sister’), Mossenson Galleries, Melbourne, with Jean Baptiste Apuatimi and Ita Tipungwuti, the exhibition title describing the artists’ connection to each other. In 2008 Roslyn was included 30 Under 30: A New Generation of Indigenous Art, Mossenson Galleries, Perth and Melbourne. This exhibition included artworks by young and emerging artists demonstrating both innovation in and continuity of Indigenous culture. From 2007 she participated in the workshops at Tiwi Design rediscovering past designs, skills and artworks, culminating in the exhibition Nyini parlingari purrupakuluwunyi, amintiya kiyi nyingani awarra Jilamara- Looking Back, Looking Forward in our Art at Charles Darwin University Gallery in 2010. Her work is also represented in the Queensland Art Gallery collection.