Robert Rosand has been working with wood since he was a child. He has been a woodturner for well over twenty years. Robert teaches, demonstrates and writes articles on woodturning. Most of his articles can be found in past issues of the American Woodturner. He served on the board of directors for the American Association of Woodturners for six years and has served as vice president for that organization. He has demonstrated for numerous local American Association of Woodturners chapters and has demonstrated at several national AAW symposiums. He was a featured demonstrator at the 20th Annual National Symposium in Overland Park, Kansas, 2005.
His works are in private collections throughout the United States , Europe and Japan. A Christmas tree ornament turned by Robert and painted by his wife was selected to be placed on one of the White House Christmas trees. His turnings have been accepted in exhibitions such as "Woodturning: Vision and Concept II", Gaitlinburg, TN, "Turned for Use" and "Put A Lid On It" sponsored by the AAW.