Here are some selected exhibition photos from Booth 4S Rachel Brask Studio of the Emerge Salons at the Boston International Fine Art Show, October 2022. Many thanks to all who stopped by and engaged in questions about the artwork and process. Thanks to the supporters, patrons, and collectors who have added a new Rachel Brask painting to their collection through their purchases. Grateful also to all the new faces and new friends met throughout the weekend!
Photos from RI Abstractionists exhibit reception at the Pitcher-Goff House Gallery, May 2022
On exhibit April 16-May 22, 2021 at Hygienic Art Gallery is “Collective Environments,” a curated show of 4 artists (Rachel Brask, Rebekah Church, Ron Bence, and Suzy Sholley). Collective Environments exists to reveal the wonders of the world outside of our digitally infested homes and discovering the treasures of nature and its experiences. These artists have been inspired by the current state of our Earth’s environment and have assembled to bring awareness to reusability, consumerism, industrialism and natures beautiful moments through found and natural materials, painting, and collage.
Opening Night was April 16, 2021, and here are some photos from the opening reception and of the Collective Environments exhibit. If you’d like to see the artwork in person, contact Hygienic Art to schedule an appointment, or drop by during their open gallery hours: Thursday-Saturday, 12-7pm, Sundays 1-4pm; call (860) 443-8001 or email Sara, firstname.lastname@example.org
In early August 2020 East Providence Arts Council held a city wide arts festival in an open studio (open air, open yard) format. Rachel Brask, Finding HippyNess, and Erik Giorgi all showed their artwork outside on the front yard fence to passers-by of the general public. As this even took place during the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing was maintained and artists and guests wore masks when interacting.
In June 2019 Rachel Brask had a solo exhibition of 50 paintings in at the Galeria Villa Comunale in Frosinone, Italy. She attended the opening reception along with her parents, who had traveled across the Atlantic Ocean to join her in support. The curator, Alfio Borghese, gave a brief introduction of her work, then Rachel Brask gave a brief talk about her artwork’s inspiration and process, all in beginner’s Italian, with the help of Google Translate. Here are a few photos from the exhibition’s opening reception.
Some photos taken during the opening reception of Rachel Brask’s solo exhibition of Abstracted Rainy Moments at Sprout Coworking Warren gallery. The show ran for the month of February 2019.
Here are some exhibition photos from the exhibit opening reception of Oceans & Beaches art exhibition at Sprout Coworking Gallery in Providence, RI of work by artists Rachel Brask, Ewa Romanewicz, Jesenia Cruz, Eran Fraenkal and Liz Sauco. This image gallery highlights photos of artwork by Rachel Brask.
I visited the Warwick Center for the Arts to see the latest Art League Rhode Island Members Exhibition, in which I have one oil painting, “Mountains of Purple Rain II.” Continue reading