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Rachelle Kearns



Stimulated by study of abstract and lyrical expressionist art, Rachelle explores compositional drama with an emphasis on repetition and process in a graceful and convincing manner. Her paintings present a moment that resides somewhere between the real and the artificial—like the illusion of wind and light seen through closed eyelids. Her work displays an unerring sensitivity to line, colour and form. Using acrylic paint as her medium, she redefines water, land or wind as deep, luminous bands of blended colour. Points of light become overlapped as repeated layers, dancing intoxicatingly over the surface. read more…


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Rachelle  Kearns
Light - Dark to Light, Day From Night
acrylic on canvas
48 x 36 in
4,435 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 1
Fireworks 1
Acrylic on board
24 x 18 in
1,345 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 6
Fireworks 6
acrylic on canvas
30 x 15 in
1,485 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns Light - Basking in the Glow
Light - Basking in the Glow
acrylic on canvas
64 x 32 in
4,500 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns
Light - United with the Light
48 x 36 in
4,435 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns
Light - Wrapped Around You
acrylic on canvas
48 x 36 in
4,435 Framed
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 2
Fireworks 2
Acrylic on board
24 x 18 in
 
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 3
Fireworks 3
Acrylic on board
24 x 18 in
 
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 4
Fireworks 4
Acrylic on board
24 x 18 in
 
Rachelle  Kearns Fireworks 5
Fireworks 5
acrylic on canvas
30 x 15 in
 
Rachelle  Kearns Light - From the Inside Out
Light - From the Inside Out
Acrylic on board
48 x 36 in
 
Rachelle  Kearns
Light - I Just Can't Get Enough
Acrylic on board
48 x 36 in
 

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Rachelle  Kearns

Rachelle Kearns

Rachelle Kearns Biography


Stimulated by study of abstract and lyrical expressionist art, Rachelle explores compositional drama with an emphasis on repetition and process in a graceful and convincing manner. Her paintings present a moment that resides somewhere between the real and the artificial—like the illusion of wind and light seen through closed eyelids. Her work displays an unerring sensitivity to line, colour and form. Using acrylic paint as her medium, she redefines water, land or wind as deep, luminous bands of blended colour. Points of light become overlapped as repeated layers, dancing intoxicatingly over the surface.

Rachelle continually achieves an authentic visual poetry that is aesthetic, tender and organically generated from her study and feelings of the world around her. She sees her works as giving voice to the easily overlooked, unseen, or missed moments of truth and beauty all around us—each work expressing a kind of “faith” in her own invisible realities. She intends to intimately engage the viewer, inviting him/her to pause, look and appreciate.

Rachelle is a graduate of the University of Toronto Fine Arts/Art History program and holds a Sheridan College Arts Degree. She exhibits work in Canada, the United States and Switzerland.

Selected Media
- Press -
“Great Art for a Great Cause,” Canadian House and Home Blog, April 2013
Arabella Magazine, Spring 2013
Art Toronto 2011 Catalogue
Cover page, Canada’s Style at Home Magazine, June 2008

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