RACHAEL LEE

Everything is connected, creating rhythms.
As a printmaker I explore these rhythms in a response to feelings of connection with nature-based environments and the unseen forces that create this attraction.
Shapes of flowers, leaves, seed pods and the spaces between these objects are presented to create conscious shifts in what is seen and unseen.
Upon observing the landscape and taking photos for reference, I make several stencils and printing plates, each one focusing on a different element such as shape, line or texture. I combine layers of print to build up a unique image investigating visual perception and the underlying patterns, rhythms and codes found in nature.
Perhaps by altering our view of what is seen and feeling what is unseen, we may start to really connect with and mend our relationship with nature.
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BIOGRAPHY

Rachael Lee is an Australian printmaker and public artist who from an early age sensed the calming effects of nature.
Driven by a strong respect for all aspects of nature with which we share this planet, her work reflects a desire to explore and connect with her admired natural surroundings.

Rachael’s work has been exhibited nationally and is held in several Queensland hospital collections, print collections, Logan Art Collection and in various private collections throughout Australia.

She has received local and state funding grants to exhibit regionally and undertake an artist in residence at Canberra’s Megalo Print Studio while being mentored by renowned artist G.W.Bot. Working with Brisbane curators and art consultants since 2016, Rachael has created public artwork and concept designs for Queensland hospitals, Brisbane City Council and Logan City Council. www.rachaellee.com.au

Artist CV

Rachael’s work has been exhibited nationally and is held in several Queensland hospital collections, print collections, Logan Art Collection and in various private collections throughout Australia.

She has received local and state funding grants to exhibit regionally and undertake an artist in residence at Canberra’s Megalo Print Studio while being mentored by renowned artist G.W.Bot. Working with Brisbane curators and art consultants since 2016, Rachael has created public artwork and concept designs for Queensland hospitals, Brisbane City Council and Logan City Council.