Jane Rosen (b. 1950) a painter, sculptor, and printmaker, has dedicated her career to exploring the laws of nature through visual imagery. Her artistic dialogue is multi-dimensional, combining the traditional ideas of artists like Leonardo da Vinci with a post-minimalist rejection of definable shapes and textures. Rosen spent time away from her native New York City to live on a ranch in California in order to immerse herself in natural surroundings, the influence of which can be seen in her work. Since she received her BA from New York University, she has been featured in exhibitions in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Kansas City, Providence, San José, Tuscon, and Berkeley. Many of her works have been collected by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, the Chevron Corporation, the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, and the U.S. Embassies in Iraq and Tunisia. She lives and works in San Gregorio, California.