Rachel Wolfe (b. 1984) is an American born artist and photographer. Her interest in ephemerality is realized in mediums of images, installation, drawing, painting, video, and traveling objects. The Print Atelier represents works from Human Needs.
Awards and scholarships include: 2015 First place by the jury, Imagining New Eurasia exhibition in Gwanju, South Korea. 2015 Woelffer scholarship and 2014 academic merit award from Otis College of Art and Design, 2013 Academic scholarship for social psychology study in Matsuyama Japan, 2009 Historic Pathways winner from Indiana State University.
Born near the Rock River and raised near a nuclear power station, Rachel formed her artistic foundation in disciplines of dance, drawing, and piano/voice. She studied formally in interior design, advertising, social psychology, photography, art, and theory (BA in 2006, MFA in 2015). Lifelong experience with synesthesia and studying the sensory functions of the body, such as proprioception and chronoception through the orientation of traditional Chinese medicine, motivate her multidisciplinary practice. Rachel guides movement and meditation courses through Yoto Studio.
Rachel has lived in Norway for the past two years and works internationally.