Jann Rosen-Queralt creates artwork integrating the diverse fabric of urban areas, revealing the character of each locale by maintaining environmental sensitivity, and the poetry of voice. She is interested in exchanging ideas, becoming a catalyst for encouraging discovery and expanding our capacity to remember and learn. A sample of her commissions include a rain garden that treats storm water runoff at Powhatan Springs Park, Arlington, Virginia; a sound garden at the Billingsley Medical Center , Charlotte, North Carolina and a fountain plaza in Columbia Heights, Washington, DC. She has participated on several planning teams including the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Facility that provides services for Snohomish and King Counties in Washington State, and the Gwynns Falls Greenway Trail and Eco-Industrial Park in Baltimore, Maryland. Rosen-Queralt has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally in Canada, Mexico, Lithuania, and nationally throughout the east coast, mid-west and Georgia and Texas. She serves on the board of the Baltimore Public Art Commission, continuing her commitment to integrating art within the public realm of everyday life. More information can be found at www.jannrosen-queralt.com.