Rachael Eastman
Spring News
I am excited to have two of my latest tiny drawings chosen as part of Harlow Gallery's "Art2015 20th Anniversary Show", juried by Britta Konau.The opening reception is on Wednesday May 6th from 5-8 pm. Please see the link for more information about the show:

I am delighted to be sharing two oil paintings as part of "Seasonal Scenes, the Beauty of Rural Maine" at The L.C. Bates Museum in Hinckley, Maine.The opening reception for the show is on Friday May 8th from 5-8 pm and it is free and open to the public! Please see the links below for more information on the summer's events:

"... Rachael Eastman is among these artists and claims, “My aim is to elude the literal to render nature as felt, walked through, breathed in, and condensed.” While a majority of the included artists depict untouched scenes of nature, painter Lois Dodd chooses to explore the harmonious relationship between nature and human development. This combination of diverse media with varying artistic approaches creates a well-rounded and enrapturing show."

I am honored to be included in "Intricate Worlds" at Engine in May! Please view the link, and mark your calendars to join me for this exciting gathering of artists and works!

Engine's "Rumpus Revival" is reviewed!


I am happy to share my large oil work "Presence Stonington 1" as part of "Harlow for the Hall" gathered in support of historic Johnson Hall! Please see the link below for details about the coming events and join us at Johnson Hall in helping to restore a very special part of Maine history.



I am very honored to have been included in Volume 28 of Studio Visit Magazine, which was juried by Carl Belz, Director Emeritus of the Rose Art Museum at Brandies University.
My work is featured on page 48 in this link to the volume, which is on stands now:

I am also pleased to have been included in the latest edition of Union of Maine Visual Artist's Quarterly Journal! My work "Sea Swell 7", and my interview are featured on page 60-61.
Please see the link below to read the new journal:

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