Lot 499 - Rachel Dinwiddie - Elixer
Lot 499 - Rachel Dinwiddie - Elixer
Lot 499 - Rachel Dinwiddie - Elixer

Lot 499 - Rachel Dinwiddie - Elixer

Gouache on Paper

A6 (15 x 10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Rachel Dinwiddie (b. 1999 in Monterey, CA) is a painter and recent graduate from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s BFA program. Her work is full of creatures and objects in fantastical situations, defined by excessive, explosive compositions. Primarily oil on paper, the work dances the line between drawing and painting, sculptural and ephemeral mark-making. She is currently based in Little Chute, Wisconsin. For monthly studio updates, please click here

 

Education 

 

2020 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio -- The School of the Art Institute of Chicago 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

2021     Rush of Spring, Young Space Views with Steak Galley, Online Exhibition 
 
2020     Keep for Old Memoirs, Young Space Views, Online Exhibition 
 
2020     April Foods, Abstract Lunch, Online Exhibition 
 
2020     World Series SD, False Cast Gallery, Online Exhibition 
 
2020     2020 SAIC BFA Show, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL 
 
2019     SAIC Burren Study Trip Exhibition, The Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Ireland 
 
2018     ArtBash 2018, LeRoy Neiman Center School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL, USA 
 
2018     Past Present, Present Past, Roger Brown Study Collection, Chicago, IL, USA 
 
2018     Traditional to Contemporary: A Figure and Portrait Exhibition, Oak Park Art League, Chicago, IL, USA 
 
2017     3rd Time’s the Charm, Ashton Gallery, San Diego, CA, USA 
 
2016     REGRESS: Sankofa, ArtVale Gallery, Oakland, CA, USA 

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