Her larger than life work graces parks, libraries, hospitals, churches, zoos, businesses and private homes across the country. They grace the Vatican in Rome, and a church in Russia. Rosalind Cook is a noted sculptress with a flair for turning hard bronze into fluid movement and carefully molded faces into soft expressions of joy and peace. The Tulsa artist uses her gift to celebrate the best of the human spirit and whether you know it or not, if you live in Oklahoma, you've likely been touched by her work. Cook allowed Gallery cameras into her studio to show us how she creates her giant sculptures and to share her unique perspective on the human condition.