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My name is Rachael. I'm a mixed media artist currently living in Utah. Ever since I was little I have been drawn to trees and nature. I have always felt the need to represent that in my art. Making art brings me back to a childhood of climbing trees, digging in dirt, and building Fairy Houses from stones and twigs. At times it felt like the trees outside my house were my only friends. I would often climb and talk to my favorite apricot tree.
For me, making art is magical. Each brushstroke is a way down the rabbit hole, each pencil, the key to my secret garden. Transforming a blank piece of paper into a beautiful story is like finding my Neverland. I try to capture a bit of innocence and mystery in each one of my pieces. I love big eyes, vibrant colors, and woodland animals. I love creating and painting, especially people. I love big mysterious eyes that seem to tell a story. The eyes are a window to the soul and I love to create a…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 29
  • Joined October 12, 2010

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Pastels, colored pencils, water color, acrylic, paper, stucco, love, leaves, flowers, feathers, yarn, bones, found objects

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About

My name is Rachael. I'm a mixed media artist currently living in Utah. Ever since I was little I have been drawn to trees and nature. I have always felt the need to represent that in my art. Making art brings me back to a childhood of climbing trees, digging in dirt, and building Fairy Houses from stones and twigs. At times it felt like the trees outside my house were my only friends. I would often climb and talk to my favorite apricot tree.
For me, making art is magical. Each brushstroke is a way down the rabbit hole, each pencil, the key to my secret garden. Transforming a blank piece of paper into a beautiful story is like finding my Neverland. I try to capture a bit of innocence and mystery in each one of my pieces. I love big eyes, vibrant colors, and woodland animals. I love creating and painting, especially people. I love big mysterious eyes that seem to tell a story. The eyes are a window to the soul and I love to create a sort of connection to that with each piece.

Inspired by: nature, trees, horror art, macabre, Halloween, mushrooms, Asian art, religion, cemeteries, dreams, antique bottles, tarot cards and palm reading.

Collector of: acorns, crystals, animals, books, tea sets, journals.


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http://www.Talk2thetrees.blogspot.com
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