Nora Charney Rosenbaum
Nora Charney Rosenbaum lives and paints in Brookline, Massachusetts. For over 20 years she has been painting in oil on copper covered wood panels which she first treats with chemicals to add variation to the surface.
An article in Weatherwise Magazine featured the connection between her late father’s interests and her own work. Jule Charney was a scientist at MIT in Meteorology and Planetary Fluid Dynamics and developed mathematical models to explain the circulation of the air and ocean to use in long range weather forecasting. He also had a boundless love of nature which he shared with his daughter who also loves the intricacies of painting sky and water.
A member of Galatea Fine Art Gallery and the Fort Point Arts Community, she has shown her work throughout New England. Her paintings are included in The Institute of Global Environment and Society in Rockville, Maryland.