Gerri Rachins is an artist and educator from Boston, Massachusetts. Her artworks are part of private and public collections, including Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Danforth Art Museum, Fidelity Investments, and others throughout the United States and Europe. She’s been a faculty member for over twenty years at the School of The Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. Rachins is represented by Mobilia Gallery in Cambridge and The Painting Center in New York.
Ellen Weider lives in Manhattan. MFA, Pratt Institute, BA, Hunter College. Collections include: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division; Rutgers Print Study Archive, Zimmerli Art Museum; Memorial Sloan Kettering Art Collection. Her catalog “E.W. Squared: Ellen Weider Drypoint Prints” is in the collection of the Widener Library, Harvard University. Recent shows: “Truth, Beauty, Freedom, Love,” The Painting Center, NYC; “Rock, Wood, Paper Scissors,” Lockwood Gallery, Kingston, NY; “Ellen Weider: Art About Art,” Equity Gallery, NYC.
Collage has attracted Hollis because of her perception that creating the art and the process of viewing the art is a similar experience. By using the trademark Divine Imagery Is Everywhere subscribes to a belief that ideas flow through her. She doesn’t claim them as something personal after they are executed, metaphysically speaking.
Hollis studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. She also took post-graduate classes in the degree program at Atlanta College of Art, now known as AIGA SCAD, Atlanta. Hollis received a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. She is a member of Ceres Gallery in NYC and has exhibited in other galleries in NYC and Atlanta.
Hollis is represented by Ceres Gallery in New York.