Chromatic Boundaries

Rachel Hellman

January 6, 2012 – February 25, 2012

Rachel Hellmann’s haunting whitescapes and chromatic explorations with geometric abstraction investigate the architecture of the built environment while incorporating softer geometries more frequently found in textiles and nature.

Rachel Hellman's haunting whitescapes and chromatic explorations with geometric abstraction investigate the architecture of the built environment while incorporating softer geometries more frequently found in textiles and nature. These subtle works present moments of levity in their crisp and luminescent aesthetic. Understated patterns reinforce these pallid landscapes and allow the paintings to take on the qualities of deductive structures. In their exacting linearity and with the inherent softness of her color choice, Hellmann’s paintings present an immaculate visual experience.
Rachel Hellmann lives and works as an artist and educator in Chelsea, Massachusetts. She received a B.F.A. from the University of Dayton and a M.F.A. from Boston University.

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