Prince of Hearts, Queen of Spades
Rachel’s work is a composition of animated objects and cartoon-like characters with “attitude.” They play off each other in a humorous yet disconcerting manner. These scenes describe emotional discontent, irrational behavior, and strange occurrences.
About Rachel Phillips
Rachel Phillips is an artist who lives in Brooklyn, New York. She received her BFA from Tyler School of Art and her MFA from Memphis College of Art. She has shown at the Gran Sasso Science Institute in L’Aquila Italy, “Cindy Rucker Gallery,” “Walter Wickiser Gallery,” “Brian Morris Gallery,” and and “Galerie Protégé” in Manhattan, NY, and “Orgy Park,” and “Nurture Art” in Brooklyn, NY. Recently, she took part in a two-person show with Don Doe at “490 Atlantic” Gallery, entitled “Val and Veronica” in Brooklyn, NY. She is a finalist and was included in the Summer Print Edition for ArtMaze Magazine curated by Tyler Lefreniere and Sara Maria Salamone of “Mrs.” Gallery located in Maspeth Queens. She was interviewed on “Gorky’s Grandaughter,” an online studio interview blog run by Zachary Keating and Christopher Joy.
You can find more of her work here.