Rachael Pease’s lush drawings, crafted in India ink on frosted mylar, create mystical settings from bushes and plantlife noticed in actuality. The artist grew up in rural Indiana amongst comparable backdrops. And her drawings are rooted in photographic collages created from her journeys.
“Pease, who grew up in rural Indiana surrounded by huge lands and forests, explores nature in her works, which she creates with India ink pens on frosted mylar,” says the gallery Jason Vass, the place the artist lately had a duo present with Tadashi Moriyama. “Her items typically begin with a tree she’s discovered and likes – within the woods, at nationwide parks, and someday within the metropolis. She takes photos from totally different angles, prints them, and stitches them collectively to make collages, remodeling what she’s noticed in her every day life into surreal and timeless landscapes that ponder the impermanence of the pure world.”
See extra work from the artist on her site.