Rosana Sitcha was in born in Cartagena (south- east of Spain), in 1981. She received a Fine Arts degree at Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2005, specializing in drawing and painting including training with prestigious painters such as Antonio López, Eloy Morales, and Cristobal Gabarrón.

Sitcha has worked as a painter since she finished her degree, focusing her work on urban landscape and female portraits, both represented from a very personal perspective.

Her work has been exhibited in numerous art galleries of Spain and she has been featured in several individual exhibitions in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Oviedo, Murcia and Cartagena.

Sitcha has also participated in more than 100 collective exhibitions, including special selections, awards, and national and international fairs.

Since 2005 she has been awarded several national and international prizes. Sitcha's work is in permanent collections in:

Delegation of Alicante, Spain

Government of Cantabria, Spain
City of Fuente Alamo. Murcia, Spain

Cajamurcia Collection, Spain
Town Hall of Busot, Alicante, Spain

Town Hall of Torrevieja, Spain Polytechnic

College of Cartagena, Spain Fuente Alamo Museum, Spain

Galileo Galilei Collection

Collection of prints in “Under the Levante Sun” “La

Colmena” Cultural Association of Women Spanish Air Force

Town Hall of Benidorm, Spain

Town Hall of Molina de Segura, Spain Town Hall of Cieza, Spain



First place in the “Nicomedes Gomez Drawing Contest”. Polytechnic University of Cartagena.


First place in the “XII International Painting Competition Toledo Puche”. Cieza, Murcia. First place in the “XVI Painting Competition on March 8”. Molina de Segura, Murcia.

First place in the “XXVI Competition for New Painting and Sculpture Artists in Benidorm”.


Honourable mention in the “XI International Painting Competition Toledo Puche”. Cieza. Distinction in the “XXI Edition of the No Marrazo Art Biennial”. Pontevedra.
First place in painting. Air Force Awards. Madrid.
First place in the La Colmena Painting Contest. Asturias.

Fourth place in the XXXIII Contest “The Woman in the Painting” of Corte Inglés.


Second place in the XXXIII Contest “The Woman in the Painting” of Corte Inglés.


First place in the poster competition for Moors and Christians of Busot.
Second place in the XXIX Contest “The Woman in the Painting” of Corte Inglés.


Second place in the XXVIII Contest “The Woman in the Painting” of Corte Inglés.


Acquisition Prize in the Call for Plastic Arts 2007 Council of Alicante.
Acquisition Prize in the Arts Award for Government of Cantabria.
Special Prize in Urban Landscape. National Contest of Painting Outdoors, “Landscapes of Mazarrón”.
Third place in the XXIII National Painting Contest Villa de Fuente Alamo.
"Nicomedes Gomez" Drawing Prize 2006. Polytechnic University of Cartagena. (Second prize).

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