I’m incredibly excited to have the opportunity to exhibit 4 pieces at the inaugural Act One exhibition in London in September 2022. The amazing curators have put together an exhibition of work from over 30 sought after artists, with the mantra, ‘would we want this in our homes?’.
I would like to take this opportunity to share with you that I have made it to the finalists stage at the “Creative Bath Awards” 2021 and am extremely excited to be attending the award ceremony in October, right in the heart of Bath. I have spent most of my life in this beautiful city and I feel absolutely honoured and proud to be an artist here.
I am so excited to announce that I have a residency at ‘Prior Park College’ beginning in September and I cannot wait to get stuck into painting plein air all around the grounds of the college. Having attended as a student, the visual interpretation that comes through my work as an artist will hopefully celebrate a multifaceted experience of such a special place.
I was thrilled to be awarded a prize at this years Paint Out Norfolk. Over 70 artists participated this year and we dotted all around some of the most beautiful locations in Norfolk, plein-air painting. The week culminated in a fabulous exhibition of the work we had all produced during the experience with some incredibly talented artists competing. I’ll be uploading the body of work to the website once its safely returned to my studio so watch this space!
More than a year has passed since the last time I travelled abroad, and with the persistence of Covid-19 I doubt I’ll be doing so anytime soon! I wanted to take myself, or my mind at least, away from what has become the new normal of staying local and working from home. So I embarked on a collection of paintings to remind me of some of the lovely locations I’ve had the pleasure of visiting over the last decade. From the gorgeous Italian cities of Venice, Florence and Rome to St Petersburg in Russia and one of my all time favourite cities, Granada in southern Spain.
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During the nationwide lockdown of 2020, and with restrictions implemented, Rachel has produced a series of 26 landscape, figure and still life paintings that capture her life under lockdown.
This exhibition will be virtual, with Rachel exhibiting the collection online, on social media and through live video events.
Click the button below for more information and to view the exhibition web page. As well as a downloadable version of the exhibition catalogue, a hard copy can be requested. Instructions for this can be found on the exhibition page.
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In March 2020 Rachel will be exhibiting at the beautiful and historic Downside Abbey in Somerset. This solo exhibition will consist of a number of interior and exterior paintings of the Downside Abbey and School.
Opening Date: 14th March 2020
Closing Date: 29th March 2020
Location: Downside Abbey Visitor Centre – Stratton-on-the-Fosse, BA3 4RH
Rachel will be exhibiting a painting as part of ‘The People’s Landscape’ exhibition at Claydon House in Buckinghamshire. The exhbition has been organised by ‘The Courtyard Art Studio’ based on the Claydon Estate.
Opening Date: 7th September 2019
Closing Date: 2nd October 2019
Location: Claydon House – The Claydon Estate, MK18 2EX
Rachel is opening up her home to exhibit her latest work including; landscape paintings of Hillside View near Bath, paintings of her trips to Florence and Grenada and a series of figure landscape paintings.
The feature of this solo exhibition will be a series of landscape paintings capturing the hidden treasure that is Hillside View.
Rachel will be donating 50% of the profits from this exhibition to Young Minds mental health charity. Click here for more information about the charity.
Opening Date: 29th June 2019
Closing Date: 29th June 2019
Location: Rachel’s Home – Hillside View, BA2 8ET