Declared a “strong artist of the future” by art critic, Jerry Saltz, Rachel O’Donnell is a Dallas, Texas born artist currently based out of the Los Angeles area. With a BFA in Fine Art from Pratt Institute, her work has been shown at galleries such as, The Painting Center in New York City, The Segram Building, New Image Art, Ruckus Gallery and at the original “Nasty Women Art Exhibition” in New York. She has also been featured in the New York Times reviewed Bushwick Open Studios twice and at London's 'Parallax Art Fair' in the United Kingdom. Additionally, she has a permanent four-foot tall installation on Sunset Boulevard outside the Alter Los Angeles store and has a limited edition print currently available with the New York art publisher, Von Zos. Working primarily in portraiture, Rachel O’Donnell’s work is known for its intriguing use of colors and expressionist qualities. Rachel creates her works at her studio located in East Hollywood.