Jane Rosen

"Dual Nature", 2021
Hardcover book
12 x 9 in
[In more than 180 photographs, including many pages from the artist's personal journals, the 256-page book reflects on Jane Rosen’s most important sculpture, drawings, and influences—including family, friends, mentors, students, and the hawks, foxes, horses, and beloved rescue dogs she has encountered in a life of continual artistic exploration.] By Jane Rosen, Published by Pointed Leaf Press. Excerpt from Pointed Leaf Press

ABout the Artist

Jane Rosen

Jane Rosen’s work is featured in numerous public and private collections including the The Brooklyn Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Art, Mitsubishi Corporation, Luso American Foundation, and the US Embassy in Tunis, Tunisia. Her credentials include a professorship at University of California at Berkeley, Senior Faculty Member at the School of Visual Arts in New York and visiting Consulting Professor at Stanford University. Rosen has received the Full Award in Sculpture from the National Endowment for the Arts (1980) and the Full Award in Sculpture from CAPS (1982). She has been honored by the Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City, the Pilchuck Glass School as an Artist in Residence (1999), and is a recipient of the Madein/Luso American Foundation Grant (1988).

Rosen was born and raised in New York, NY. After spending many years in Manhattan, she chose to relocate to a rural, coastal property in Northern California in order to live where nature was larger than culture. Rosen now lives and works in San Gregorio, California.

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