Carrie Decker, arts writer for the Motif Magazine, leading Providence area arts & music magazine, published a review of Rachel Brask’s “Abstracted Rainy Moments” solo exhibition at the Samaritans of RI Forget-Me-Not Gallery in Pawtucket, RI in spring 2017. Read original review here on Motif Magazine’s website. Continue reading
During March-April 2017, I had the pleasure of teaching an adult art class at the Fuller Creative Learning Center, entitled “Great First Impressionists.” In this class, we’re exploring some of the great artists of the Impressionist & Post-Impressionist painting movements. Continue reading
I write this as an artist who is very closely attached to my work. That being said, you’ll be reading about this exhibition opening night through the artist’s eyes. If you want to hear about it through others’ eyes, I can refer you to a few who were there that evening.
I’ll start by saying — THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support me and the Samaritans of RI Forget-Me-Not Gallery by attending the opening reception! After making lots of check-lists and crossing of to-do’s on my lists, it was when the first guests of the evening walked in the door of the gallery that this whole event became real. Continue reading
In the April 6, 2017 edition of the Providence Journal, the opening reception of Rachel Brask’s “Abstracted Rainy Moments” paintings was included in the segment on “5 Things to Do In R.I. This Weekend”. Continue reading
In the weeks leading up to the opening reception for my solo exhibition, Abstracted Rainy Moments at the Forget-Me-Not Gallery, I received coverage in several local newspapers. I’m still not quite used to seeing myself out there with so much publicity…but if it helps bring more people to the gallery to experience my art in person, then I’ll put up with it and try to get used to it. I’m not giving out autographs just yet.
So naturally, I now have a big stack of each of these papers to save for posterity.