Rachel Warner is a signature artist of the American Tonalist Society. She was honored by being featured in the American Tonalist Society’s inaugural exhibition at the historic Salmagundi Club, NYC in May, 2019. Rachel has also been featured as one of the important painters of Glacier Park in the show and documentary, A Timeless Legacy, Women Artists of Glacier National Park. The documentary led to speaking at the National Plein Air Convention and Expo in Tucson, Arizona in 2015.
Rachel Warner is the fifth generation of her family to grow up in the ski town of Whitefish, Montana. As a teen she was moved to Havre, Montana which is a blue collar town with a colorful history located between the Chippewa-Cree and Assiniboine Indian reservations. This experience has had a profound impact on Rachel’s interest in Native American customs and spiritual philosophies.
It was during her time enrolled at the Flathead Valley Community College that Rachel had the opportunity to study Renaissance Art History in the northern cities of Italy under the instruction of professor John G. Rawlings. Because of this life expanding education, the artist continues to stay connected with European art, culture and Italian oil painting history.
In 2000, Rachel completed her B.F.A. at Montana State University in Billings and began her coast to coast career in fine art shortly after graduation.
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