ArtSHINE’s Video Interview with Artist Rachel Sheree.

Welcome to ArtSHINE’s video interview.

This week interview with Rachel Sheree an Australian born, world travelled artist currently based in Sydney. We met Rachel at the Australian Art Show in October . She was showing her art  along with the artist organisation the “Artist Hive”. Here  is  the interview with Rachel.

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About Rachel:

“Rachel’s work is reflective of a raw, organic styling.  Working predominantly in the fields of ceramics and sculpture, Rachel will often incorporate found or natural materials in to her artworks.  Whether it be sand in the glaze of a ceramic vase or paper bark glued to a bumper bar, much of Rachel’s work is experimental.  As a side project Rachel also dabbles in Photography with the majority of her pictures taken from her travels around the world.

Rachel studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts Studies at the University of Western Sydney before moving on to complete her Honours degree in Visual Arts – Object and Design at Sydney College of the Arts in association with the University of Sydney.  She has had a number of exhibitions across Sydney and London, including the group exhibition Grounded Light at The Brick Lane Gallery in London and recently exhibited with the artist organisation Artist Hive at the Australian Art Show in Sydney.

Rachel has become the young aspiring artist she is today thanks to her experiences as a traveller and love of the natural world, and her art celebrates the wonders and beauty of nature in a man-made world”.


Vinh Van Lam
the authorVinh Van Lam
Vinh Van Lam, co-founder of ArtSHINE, is a visionary art coach and entrepreneur with a passion for fostering creativity. With a diverse background in art and business, he brings a unique perspective to empower emerging artists, enabling them to thrive in the dynamic art industry through the innovative platform of ArtSHINE.

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