Rachael Dalzell

United Kingdom

Impressionist Expressionist Contemporary
Impressionist Expressionist Contemporary

Rachael Dalzell’s large dynamic paintings are inspired by the natural world in particular the coastlines, woods and wildflowers of her Norfolk home. Her paintings are about mood as well as place and capture the changing light of the seasons. Her use of colour and range of techniques creates works that are vibrant, bold and fresh with many elements, from soft hazy washes to sharp fine lines. Rachael Dalzell's work is held in the Agnes Gund Collection, New York. Large pieces are currently hanging in the US Embassy in Dublin, at the headquarters of the Clerical Medical corporation, in the Medical Council of Ireland, Alder Hey Children’s hospital and the new East Anglian Children’s Hospice ‘The Nook’ . She has previously been nominated for the Boundary Figurative Art Prize and her work is held in the collections of many private individuals across the globe. Rachael studied Fine Art painting and drawing at the Wimbledon School of Art after a foundation course at The Wirral Metropolitan College in Birkenhead. She continued to develop her drawing technique at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid as part of the European Erasmus programme. Rachael paints and teaches life drawing classes in Norfolk. “As an artist I am inspired by natural beauty, in particular the area I live in Norfolk along with other locations around the world. These have included the volcanic region of northern Iceland, the dramatic Himalayan landscape of Ladakh, west Scotland in winter and the south west coast of Ireland. I find each location captivating and inspiring and my approach to painting is largely immediate and direct”. Rachael’s work has featured in Who’s Who in Art and periodicals such as Vogue, House Beautiful Magazine, Period Ideas, Achica Living Design and Lifestyle, EDP Magazine and Newspaper as well as many online blogs.

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Battersea Spring
Battersea, London - Spring: 10 - 13 March 2022
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Hampstead, London: 04 - 08 May 2022
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