December 7, 2022

East Providence Artist to Exhibit in Boston International Fine Art Show

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Oct 20-23, 2022
Rachel Brask, “Painter of Rainy Days,” to Exhibit Oct 20-23, 2022

(East Providence, RI) - East Providence visual artist, Rachel Brask, has been selected by jury to exhibit in the 24th Boston International Fine Art Show. She is one of only two RI artists selected for the Emerge Salon of the show. Brask is an oil painter, known regionally for her expressionist paintings of landscapes viewed through rainy windows, titled “Rachel’s Rainy Days.”

The 2022 Boston International Fine Art Show, returning again for the first time since Covid cancellations, is an art exposition of 40 galleries and 15 juried artists, ranging from traditional to contemporary. The Emerge Salon features individual emerging and mid-career juried artists. This event takes place October 20-23, 2022, at the Cyclorama (Boston Center For The Arts, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA). Rachel Brask will be exhibiting in Booth 4S, featuring several large new paintings from her “Montana Rains” collection, in addition to several paintings typical of her signature style.

In describing the artwork, the artist states, “I paint rainy impressions to show new perspectives on finding tranquility and beauty in stormy seasons.” Others have described her artwork saying, “Rachel Brask...explores the fluidity of paint by creating scintillating veils of thin color that cascade down her canvases…References to a world beyond are hinted at beyond the rainbow of hues that shimmer on the surface.” Learn more about her paintings at rachelbraskart.com or on Instagram.com/rbraskstudio

Tickets & Show passes for the Boston International Fine Art Show are available online at www.fineartboston.com Special events include an opening Preview Gala on Thursday, an Emerge Salon Opening Reception on Friday, and seminars throughout the weekend. All details are on the FineArtBoston.com website.

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