Rachel Wolfe (b. 1984) is an American born artist living between L.A. and Oslo since 2015. Her work is primarily realized in mediums of images and installations -utilising video, drawing, painting, performance, and traveling objects. The Print Ateliér represents images from Human Needs.
Awards and scholarships include: 2015 First place by the jury, Imagining New Eurasia exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea. 2015 Woelffer scholarship and 2014 academic merit award from Otis College of Art and Design, 2013 Academic scholarship for Social Psychology in Matsuyama-shi Japan, 2009 Historic Pathways winner from Indiana State University.
Born alongside the Rock River and raised near a nuclear power station in Illinois, Rachel developed artistic discipline of Body through formal training in dance, piano, and voice throughout her school-aged years. She developed discipline of Image-making through informal drawing and photography training while studying interior design and advertising, earning a Bachelor of Art in 2006. While working for 6 years in Chicagoland as a creative producer writing copy, designing, photography for clients and local newspapers, and working in galleries, she continued to develop disciplines of Body and Image-making. She studied social psychology in Japan and photography at the college where she worked before moving to Los Angeles for formal art and theory training, earning a Master of Fine Art in 2015.