cutting woodblock material from a fallen tree - Bloomington, IN 2013
Preparing to print - Bloomington, IN 2015
"foot printing" - Bloomington, IN 2013
Finishing touches on an 8ft x 8ft mixed media piece - Bloomington, IN 2012
"The River that Flows in Two Directions"
"The River that Flows in Two Directions" is Baxter's most recent Public mural in Downtown Albany. Funded by the Albany Parking Authority and their partnership with Albany Center Gallery and The Barn, Baxter painted this 85 foot long mural on a retaining wall of Interstate 787 southbound (Water St. & Columbia) Read more about the project HERE
Baxter being interviewed about her mural in Downtown Albany, NY - "You are here, too" a public art project that the artist hoped would help residents and visitors feel more connected to their surroundings.
A group show of local artists curated by Chip Fasciana at Pecks Arcade, Troy, NY
Experimental Drawing Workshop [Herron School of Art and Design Indianapolis, Indiana]
Rachel Baxter has done various workshops across the US, working with both students and the public to broaden their understand of what art is and can be through experimental techniques such as "fumage" seen here.