Rachel Tribble

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Rachel Tribble

American contemporary artist Rachel Tribble’s award-winning, watercolor and oil paintings are recognized for their meditative qualities and serene use of color. Originally from New York City, Tribble studied fine art and later jewelry design. Initially working in the jewelry and fashion accessory industries and she ultimately left the design world to pursue her evolving fine art. She introduced her multi-media installation and performance work into the alternative venues of rock nightclubs during the rise of the EDM movement. Inside that arena she created works that brought the viewers attention into the natural world and sparked esoteric and social questions.

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Tree II + (a)


Matchbox Series


Time Here

Limited Edition Giclee Print on Archival Watercolor Paper



Dreaming Tree

22” x 30” Limited Edition Giclee Print


Matchbox Series - Tree on The Ocean


Matchbox Series - Tree on a Hill


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A constant champion for the environment, her journey took a deeper turn when she took a hiatus from her creative process and went to live and work within the Native American community. Finding inspiration in the wisdom of the Lakota and Aninshenaabe people, she returned to painting and released an entirely elemental portfolio that attracted the attention of the Walt Disney Company and she was approached to create the award-winning Poster for the 2008 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. Today Tribble’s paintings deliver a soothing rhythm that engulfs the viewer in magical contemplation and establishes an instant connect with inner peacefulness and Gaia herself.

Rachel’s work has been featured in national and international magazines, gifted to nominees of the Academy Awards and the Emmy Awards. Her work for the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Poster at Walt Disney World won the IFEA Gold Pinnacle Award for the Walt Disney Company.

“Although there is a conspicuous ebullience to Tribble’s artwork, the matter of fact is that many of her pieces dive into layers of our existence that aren’t quite apparent. Tribble’s devotion to meditating, this serenity in nature that she keeps in her everyday, makes a huge mark on the way that she crafts her artwork. The reflection doesn’t end with an idea to create– it seeps onto the page, this post meditative ponder, etching Tribble’s ideology onto the canvas”. ~Huffington Post

“I am most at home in the silence of nature where I can connect with the elements, trees, flowers and wildlife. I believe the silence I lean towards comes forward in my paintings and this is why they have become known as meditative and healing” ~ Rachel Tribble

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