"Art is a medium that helps you notice what you have been programmed not to notice, see what you are programmed not to see.
My work is about exploring different worlds, different sizes of life, and different levels of existence."
Rachel Lincoln’s art has been featured on book and magazine covers, in trendy restaurants, on the Corcoran White Walls, in individual and group shows, and in private collections around the country.
Rachel loves the impact of casting objects upon her works. When an object is thrown, it can seem like a playful toss, a careless discard, or a violent act of aggression. The world of difference in those actions is often found at the center of her work.
Her growing repertoire of mixed media, collage, and assemblage art pieces vary from flat surfaced drawings, to smashed almonds and sliced strawberries, to wondrous and unsettling 3D worlds that require direct interaction with the art itself.
In Rachel’s words: “Art is a medium that helps you notice what you have been programmed not to notice, see what you have been programmed not to see.” She enjoys exploring different worlds, different sizes of life, and different levels of existence in her work. Those who see her art are often thrilled, shocked, and moved by its raw, uncensored presence in the moments of humanity.
MA in New Media Photojournalism from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. (2013)
BS in Business Administration and French Language & Culture from American University.
Rachel Lincoln at the opening night of Taylor Gourmet's Crowd Source Mural in Washington, DC. Featuring MWW.