Public artist Jann Rosen-Queralt is interested in ecology and collaboration. She believes that successful artists are interested in exchanging ideas, becoming catalysts for discovery.

 A sample of her award-winning commissions include a rain garden that treats stormwater runoff at Powhatan Springs Park in Arlington, Virginia; a sound garden at the Billingsley Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a kinetic water work celebrating the influent and effluent at the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment facility. She has participated in planning teams for the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Plant project, the Columbia Heights Revitalization Plan in Washington, DC and I-579 CAP Park in Pittsburgh. Most recently, she has completed commissions for the Light City Baltimore and the Sandy Forks Road Widening project in Raleigh, North Carolina. Rosen-Queralt maintains equilibrium between studio and public work, evidenced in national and international solo and group exhibitions in Canada, Mexico, and Lithuania. She teaches undergraduate Interdisciplinary Sculpture students and graduate students in the Master of Fine Arts in Community Art and Rinehart School of Sculpture while continuing her commitment to integrating art within the public realm of everyday life. She has served on the steering committee of Baltimore-based FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, a board member of the Baltimore Public Art Commission, and a member of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study Arts Integration Steering Committee.