Color and process play a primary role in San Francisco-based artist Leah Rosenberg's works which span painting, sculpture, printmaking, food and performance.  Rosenberg received a BFA from Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2003, and went on to get an MFA from the California College of the Arts, in San Francisco, in 2008. She has held residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Project 387, Montalvo Arts Center, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and Irving Street Projects.  Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Art Moves, Poland; the Sarasota Art Center, Sarasota, Florida; and the Golden Pavilion, Hamburg. Leah is a recipient of the Irvine Fellowship through the Lucas Artists Residency Program, the Kala Fellowship and was awarded the Pro Arts 2x2 Solo Show in 2015.  Last year, an Agility Projects Grant supported her first video work that visitors could view while sitting on a custom see-saw. Last year, she inaugurated the project space at McColl Center for Art with Color for the People, a site-specific exploration of color and taste. Her recently installed a mural, Everywhere A Color, can be found in the International Terminal at SFO, which like her book The Color Collector’s Handbook published with Chronicle books last spring, hopes to connect everyone from everywhere through color. This passion for color and collaboration led to her work as Creative Director for Color Factory in SF (2017) and NYC (2018). She recently completed the artist-in-residence program at Recology in the Bay Area this fall creating work using paint from the Household Hazardous Waste Facility.