Originally from Genoa, Nevada, Rachael Holton is known for her textured and deeply moving artwork. Holton holds a B.A. from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon and a Masters degree in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University. In 2001, Rachael began her professional career as a Gallery Director, building and managing art galleries both in the Bay Area and Lahaina, HI. She has over 16 years experience in the gallery industry.
Rachael and her dad work daily on creating inventive ways to make art and custom built frames and substrates.. Together, they are building a unique line of quality crafted artwork for folks to enjoy! Rachael Fine Art is located in Kula, HI. Rachael showcases her work every Sunday evening from 5:00pm -10:00pm at The Four Seasons in Wailea, HI. - Aloha Xo
Selected Solo Exhibitions
The Four Seasons, Wailea-Maui, HI- Evening Artists Showcase Every Wednesday - 8:00am till 1:30pm
TMCC Red Mountain Gallery, Reno NV "Dreams and Stitches”
Maui Hands, Lahaina, Hawaii
Galeries Thomas Barbey, Lahaina, Hawaii
Bently Holdings at Union Square, San Francisco, CA "Motion Pictures"
The Supper Club, San Francisco, CA "Motion Pictures"
Selected Group Exhibitions
McKinley Galleries, Reno, NV
Reno Art Blast, Reno, NV
Nevada Museum of Art- Doors to Recovery Auction
Sparks Nevada Museum and Cultural Center "A Hui Hou Kakou" "Until we Meet Again"
Liberty Fine Art Gallery, Reno, NV
Reno Brew Ha Ha, Reno, NV
Sierra Arts Foundation, Exhibition, Reno, NV "Print"
Singers Social Club Group Show, Reno, NV
Stillwell Student Art Show, SFSU San Francisco, CA
Pacific N.W. College of Art Student Thesis Show, Portland, OR
Berbatis Pan Group Salon, Portland, OR
“Generations”- A Tribute to Mothers and Daughters Around The World.” A collaborative exhibition with the UCSF Medical Center and the International Museum of Women San Francisco, CA
“Eugene Reshtov’s Insight to Burning Man” Exhibition for the grand opening of the Supper Club, San Francisco
“The Erotic Life of Clay” (Operations Manager) An International dedication to ceramics including artists Viola Frey and Jun Kaneko San Francisco, CA
In 2012, Rachael moved back to Nevada to be with her family which inspired her to retire from the gallery business and begin a new line of of her own artwork and style. In 2014, Rachael launched Rachael Holton Fine Art, with her father, Steve Holton, a retired Construction Coordinator and Builder who has been in the industry for 45 years in Northern Nevada. Steve is also cancer survivor, having fought a very rare form of bone and thyroid cancer. He is still going strong!