With a BFA in Printmaking, a Minor in Art History, and a Masters in Public Administration, Rachel Saul Rearick is a creative thinker; finding nuances in places and things. Her primary body of work consists of monotypes, using her intuitive process to evoke emotion through the use of color. Most of Rachel's work begins on woodblocks, where she draws upon traditional carving techniques to begin her process. From there she adds textures and incorporates painterly techniques as well as stitching, as a means to convey abstraction. Most recently, Rachel began creating artist books comprised on monotype prints.
Aside from her artist practice, Rachel currently works as the Arts, Culture, and History Specialist in City Planning, at the City of Pittsburgh.
See more of Rachel's work here