SF based Artist
Exploring the ways color, form, flavor, and arrangements affect human emotion
Based in San Francisco, Leah Rosenberg’s art spans painting, installation, sculpture, printmaking, and food, while focusing on the role of color in our lives and its emotional or psychological impact. Her work has been presented in solo and two-person exhibitions nationally and internationally.
In the Bay Area, she was a recipient of the Irvine Fellowship through the Lucas Artists Residency Program at Montalvo Arts Center, the Kala Fellowship at Kala Art Institute, and most recently completed a residency at Recology. Past residencies include the Vermont Studio Center, Project 387, Facebook, Inc., Google, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and McColl Center for Art & Innovation in Charlotte, NC, where she inaugurated their gallery with Color for the People, her site-specific installation exploring color and flavor. Her commissioned mural, Everywhere A Color, which is permanently installed in the International Terminal of SFO, and her book, The Color Collector’s Handbook, published by Chronicle Books (2018), invite everyone from all over the world to connect through color. Rosenberg received a BFA from Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver, BC (2003) and an MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco, CA (2008).