Resa Blatman is a visual artist who works with varying media including large-sized art installations, paintings, and drawings. Her primary studio practice is centered on public art projects and paintings that speak to environmental concerns and nature. She recently completed several permanent, public art installations for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston; The City of Hope Lennar Foundation Cancer Center, California; Denver Health, Colorado; Texas A&M University, Texas. Resa’s work is in private collections, and public collections including the Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, Georgia; Twitter; Fidelity; Hilton Hotel; The WH Ming Hotel, China; and in the UAE and Europe. She exhibits her work at universities and art institutions throughout the U.S. and in 2022 Resa completed a two-month solo exhibition titled “Pure Love: Stardust, Clouds, and Dandelions” at Childs Gallery Boston, which received high praise from the Boston Globe. Upcoming exhibitions include a series of bat paintings at the Peabody Essex Museum, in Salem, Massachusetts, opening September 9, 2023. Resa’s work has been reviewed and featured in numerous publications, most recently in Boston University's CFA Magazine (spring 2023) on Environmental Art. Further articles and a podcast on her work, and climate change, can be found at the links on her website at resablatman.com. Her work is represented by Childs Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.