Claire Rosenfeld is a New York City based artist, who has exhibited her Expressionist paintings and prints in numerous solo and group shows in the United States and abroad. Her imagery explores relationships between figures and landscape through a personal vision inspired by traveling and living near ocean, mountain and desert landscapes; and through the study of ancient and indigenous cultures in India, Bali, Turkey, Mexico, Southeast Asia and the American West. She works in both traditional and experimental techniques.Exhibitions of her work include solo shows at the Painting Center, Prince Street Gallery, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Michael Ingbar Gallery, Westbeth Gallery, and others (New York City); the Museo de la Ciudad and Rae Miller Gallery (Mexico); and in group shows at Lori Bookstein Gallery, David McKee Gallery, Broome Street Gallery, A.I.R. Gallery, the New York Studio School, Parsons School of Design, Grey Gallery, Lillian Heidenberg Gallery, and others (New York City); Silvermine Guild (Connecticut) Generator Gallery (Mexico) and Fundación Central Cultural (Dominican Republic.Rosenfeld has been awarded residencies at Fundación Valparaiso (Spain), Fundación Central Cultural (Dominican Republic), Michael Karolyi Foundation (France), and at artist colonies in the United States, including the MacDowell Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Ossabaw Island Project, Dorland Mountain Colony, Millay Colony for the Arts, and others. She is a recipient of a Gottlieb Foundation grant.The artist received a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University, an MFA from Queens College (CUNY), and studied at the New York Studio School. She teaches drawing at New York University.