Rachel Doller is a visual artist from Tatura and is known for her strong use of colour, shape and texture.
Doller was brought up in an environment where art was accessible and being surrounded by artistic influences she has always created. She grew up on the family farm but in her late teens was wooed by the bright lights of the big city. After living in Melbourne, Ireland, Scotland and Perth she has returned to regional Victoria.
Doller’s work echoes personal musings which are reflected in a variety of styles from eye-catching abstract landscapes, expressive still life compositions and geometric assemblages. Using a variety of media including acrylic, cut paper, oil pastel and ink, Doller creates pieces that are bold and graphic with colour combinations that are dynamic and engaging.
Motivated by the fact that contentment can be found in the simplest of things, Doller’s distinctive visual language is reflective of the nostalgia and joy found in the everyday.
Doller has exhibited in numerous group and 3 solo shows over the past 5 years and her work has been collected in Australia and Europe. She is thrilled to be able to exhibit alongside her mum and sister for Shepparton Festival 2022 in their group exhibition ‘Pieced together,’ which will be held at Tatura Museum.