Rosalind Lemoh graduated from the Australian National University (ANU) School of Art in 2007 with first class honours majoring in Sculpture. She was one of the three top performing graduates to be included in Hatched: National Graduate Exhibition at Perth Institute of Contemporary Art. Since then, she has completed residencies at Canberra Contemporary Art Space and the ANU Sculpture workshop.
In 2008, she received a travelling scholarship from the Spanish Embassy to research and produce an exhibition on interpretations of death in 16th century Spanish still life. She has been a national finalist in high profile exhibitions such as the Woolhara Small Sculpture Prize, The Churchie National Emerging Art Award and the Blake Prize and the Royal Bank of Scotland Emerging Art Award. She has held multiple solo and group exhibitions across Australia. In 2014 she was highly commended for her entry in the Harris and Hobbs Small Sculpture Prize and the Canberra Contemporary Art Space members show.
In 2015, her work was short-listed for the national Paramor Prize: Art & Innovation at Casula Powerhouse in Sydney. In 2016, she was selected to exhibit at ArtRooms London 2016 which showcases international talent from around the world.