Rachel Brame – My creative style is focused on exploring boundaries of color theory and design. Visually, my style is defined by bright colors, heavy outlines, iridescence, flowing lines, and a variety of intricate forms. I prefer working in mediums of pen and ink and occasionally acrylic paint. I draw inspiration from art movements including Art Nouveau, Deco, Fauvism, and Pop Art. As a professional artist I’ve maintained a custom framing business since 2008 and regularly display work across central Florida. My art has graced the covers of several published books, educational and concert posters, as well as t-shirts designs.
Title: “Firefly Garden”
Size: 65″ X 84″
Firefly Garden draws inspiration from summers growing up in Maryland where lightning bugs light up the sky at dusk. Their presence in Florida’s delicate ecosystem is sorely missed. The botanical arrangement of flowers was inspired from Joni Mitchell’s art and first album cover in 1968 Song to a Seagull.
Title: “School of Fish”
Size: 110″ X 84″
School of Fish is an enlargement and second incarnation of an earlier pen and ink diptych drawing I created in 2013. Stylistically, this motif was inspired by the cubic flair of New York street artist, muralist, and legendary Rock Steady Crew member Doze Green.