Rachel Schultz
gesture / amusement, 2018, Framed

Frequently working from models, Rachel Schultz uses the human figure to explore psychological themes such as anxiety, impulse, and relations between self and other. In this piece, a series of related gestures unfold across the page. They represent the ripple effect that our gestures, both physical and emotional, have on the environments around us. The artist writes, “Our movements, moods, joys and dullness drift outwardly, and this affects those around us and eventually, others around them.” Rachel Schultz, b. 1992, New York, is an artist based in New York City. Gouache Unique Signed 18 × 16 inches framed
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