Rachel R. Stewart
Plenty Scarce

Austin People's Gallery 2014
Austin City Hall
302 W 2nd St.

Austin, Texas.

Stewart's new painting Plenty Scarce will be featured for the next year in Austin's superbly Post-Modern City Hall gallery. It is the second time her work has been included in this annual survey of what's happening in Austin Local Visual Art.

Opening reception:
February 28

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What Does It Feel Like to See?

Best In Show
Counter Culture
2337 East Cesar Chavez

Austin, Texas.

Tila and Favian
will be featured in this dog themed group exhibition.
Jan. 22 - Feb. 21, 2014.

Opening reception:
6 - 9pm .

 

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East Austin Studio Tour

East Side Studio Tour 12
Pine Street Station
#86a

1101 E 5th St.
Austin, Texas.

Rachel will be the guest artist of Regi Thomas.

November
16,17,23,24, 2013.
11am - 6pm.

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Feliz Dia De Los Muertos

Dia De Los Muertos . A group art show Celebrating the Day of the Dead.

Rachel Stewart
Edmo Martinez
Katy Woodbury

Sept 20 - Nov 9.

Live music by Huerta Culture
November 2, 2013.

El Sol Y La Luna
601 6th St.
Austin, Texas.


What Does It Feel Like to See?

What Does It Feel Like to See?
New paintings, drawing, and soft sculpture.

Bennu 24 Hour Coffee
2001 East MLK Blvd.
Austin, Texas.


Dudels

Dudels
An Art Event Celebrating Masculine Beauty

Stewart Studio
1707 East MLK
Austin, Texas.
April 28, 2013
8:30pm


East Austin Studio Tour

East Austin Studio Tour 2012
Studio and Showroom Showcase
Stewart Studios
1707 East MLK Blvd.
Austin, Texas.
Nov. 10,11,17,18, 2012.

CMU Alumni Sneak Peak
Nov. 9, 6:30 - 10pm.
Open to all CMU Alumni and their friends and family.
The Artist welcomes her fellow alumni to partake in this exclusive look at her vision and process.

Art at Bennu

Fresh Paint 12
New works at
Bennu 24 Hour Coffee
2001 East MLK Blvd.
Austin, Texas.
Oct. 5 - Nov. 5, 2012.

In Stewart's new work she explores the secret and overlooked microcosms in common utilitarian objects. What she captures in oil on canvas only been seen with intense observation and an obsession with tiny detail. This work magnifies the truth and beauty that eludes normal interactions with her subjects.
Now at Austin City Hall

2012 Austin People's Gallery
Austin City Hall
301 West 2nd Street
Austin, Texas.
On going until 2013.

This may be my most important show of the year. The City of Austin Art in Public Places displays my seven-foot self portait Cowgirl in our superbly post modern, and sky lit City Hall.

About the art:
I painted this self portrait to exhibit the power, freedom, and the connection to nature that I feel as I ride my bicycle as my primary means of transportation and income as a delivery person. The burning sun light of a clear afternoon and the speed of the bicycle are sensations I hoped to capture. The picture is set in Texas. The title Cowgirl draws a parallel between ranchers and cyclists. I like to think of my bike as a trusty steed.