Diane Rosenblum plays with big ideas about data, the economy and the value of art. Her early exposure to the world of finance and her observations of the psychological effects of the dot-com bubble inspired A Measure of Art, her signature series. Rosenblum’s visual power, technical precision and conceptual wit have engaged and attracted curators across the United States. Her work is held in the collection of many museums, including California institutions SFMOMA, LA County Museum, The Crocker Museum and the Oakland Museum. She recently exhibited at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, the Richmond Art Center, and the Bank of America Building. Her solo show, Down the Garden Path: Works from A Measure of Art is currently at Ian Stallings Gallery. She lives in San Francisco and maintains a studio in Sausalito, California.