Rachele Unter


Hang Ups #3

Hang Ups #3

Etching with Chine Colle
29.5" x 35.5"

Cantors Song #1

Cantors Song #1

Etching with Chine Colle
30" x 36"

Cantors Song

Cantors Song

MonoPrint Etching
30" x 36"

Cantors Song #7

Cantors Song #7

Etching with Chine Colle
30" x 36"

Sensuous Fruit #6

Sensuous Fruit #6

Etching with Chine Colle
24.5" x 29.5"

Sensuous Fruit #10

Sensuous Fruit #10

Etching with Chine Colle
24.5" x 39.5"



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Rachele Unter started to paint when she was 9-years-old. In 1977, with 3 small children at home, Ms. Unter got her B.F.A. at Ramapo College in Mahwah, New Jersey. Throughout her career, she has studied with many artists of renown, such as Ad Reinhardt, Lillian Orlowsky (a disciple of Hans Hoffman), Master Printer Roberto DeLamonica and Bruce Dorfman.
Artist Statement
I look to nature for inspiration for my art since nature is the best creator and I am only an imitator of natural things – the plants, vegetables, and flowers that I grow in my backyard – and use them as subjects or objects to reflect my artistic ideas. Gardening has allowed me to connect with the most elemental life force. What comes alive through flowers and plants and fruit is the deepest kind of “alive” and my ability to print and paint “aliveness” is a gift that I am grateful for. This gift allows me to express myself emotionally and spiritually and despite the fact that I have been doing this for many years, I always feel as though I am still finding my way to the heart of my feelings.
I throw myself into the wild dance of art, searching for a deeper sense, and trying to see into the nature of things both physical and imaginary. I gaze at the object which is the subject if a work, but I also look beyond the “object” and contemplate what it means in my life and how best to represent that meaning.

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