Declared a “strong artist of the future” by art critic, Jerry Saltz, Rachel O’Donnell is a museum-exhibited artist from Dallas, Texas who is currently based out of the Los Angeles area. With a BFA in Fine Art from Pratt Institute, her work has been shown at galleries such as, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, New Image Art, the Seagram building and at the original “Nasty Women Art Exhibition” in New York. In 2019, she was the recipient of the first ever “Not Real Art” grant in Los Angeles, California and her work has been featured online for New American Painting, Marie Claire France, Vans and on iTunes/Spotify for Warner Records signed artist, YDE. In April 2020, her work was selected to be part of Christie’s silent online auction for the Fight Corona Virus & Artist Auction fundraiser. Her work has also been shown at the New York Times reviewed Bushwick Open Studios twice and at the stARTup Los Angeles art fair in 2020. Additionally, she has a permanent ten-foot tall mural of silent film actress, Anna May Wong, inside the Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles. Working primarily in portraiture and figurative art, Rachel O’Donnell’s work is known for its intriguing use of color and expressive brushwork. Rachel creates her works at her studio located in East Hollywood.