Rosenheim is an interdisciplinary artist who has maintained studio practices in New York City, Granada, Spain and presently, in Chicago, IL. Cited in Chicago Tribune’s “Best of 2015”, Rosenheim’s sculpture has also been featured in the Huffington Post, Newcity, Comp Magazine, Chicago Portraits and Artslant. Selected solo and group shows include Slow Gallery, Hyde Park Art Center, Dickson Window Project Space, of Waubonsee College, Roman Susan, Fine Arts Gallery of Northeastern Illinois University, Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Alaska, Desert Museum of Art, Palm Springs, California, Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Gallery of Loyola University, Koehnline Museum, Des Plaines, IL, Nancy Hoffman Gallery and PS1 of the Institute of Contemporary Art, N.Y, the C.G. Jung Institute, Chicago, Galería Cartel and Galería Verlín in Granada, Spain and Singer Sweat Shop in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Rosenheim is founding director and curator of The Bike Room, a contemporary projects gallery in Chicago, where she has showcased forty-nine emerging and established artists since 2011.
Rosenheim was associate professor at the Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago until the school closed its doors in December, 2018. Former lecturer at National Louis University and director of Painting and Public Arts of ArtSkills, in Evanston, IL, Rosenheim’s projects in social justice included conducting extensive workshops in mural painting and public art projects for the Shanti Foundation for Peace and other nonprofit organizations in Chicago. She attended the Ragdale Foundation Residency. Rosenheim holds an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, NY. She studied Art and Art History at Skidmore College, NY and the Atelier Neo-Medici in Paris, France.