Still Life Paintings

The first painting I ever exhibited was a still life of a plant done in pastel when I was in fifth or sixth grade; working in pastel didn’t stay with me but still life as a subject did – the first painting that I consider part of the work I do now was a still life, a fairly close-in view of russet and red potatoes.   Whether my subject is taken from the natural world or a man-made object, the close focus gives me as a representational painter a strong sense of working with purely abstract shape.

 

The images in this gallery show paintings in the collection of the artist that are available for purchase.  Please click on the thumbnail here to bring up a larger image with medium and size information. 

© 2019 by Rachel Brunstetter Collins. The images of art contained on these pages are of copyrighted works by the artist and are not in the public domain. No reproduction or modification of any kind is allowed without the express written permission of the artist. All rights reserved.   

​Rachel Collins, Watercolor Artist

Torpedo Factory Art Center

105 N. Union Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Email: rachel@rachelcollinsart.com

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