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Artist Rachelle Eason

Rachelle Eason has been an artist all her life. She is the owner of Rachelle L. Eason, LLC, where she focuses on two mediums, plant-staining and pottery, as well as teaching studio art in her local community and as a visiting artist to studios in the US.

Rachelle has spent over a decade perfecting her plant-stained art and mastering the process. This unique paper collection of her colorful and textured eco-printed designs is created through plant staining achieved by boiling. She has discovered the nuances that can influence the end result, such as the species of plant, the region it was harvested from, during which season it was harvested, and the combination of plants being used together.

As a child, working with clay captured her interest when she took lessons at the Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh. Honing her skills through intensive studies in high school, college, graduate school and beyond, wheel-throwing continues to be her first love in creating and personal nurturing.

A former classroom teacher with a Masters of Education, Rachelle emphasized art as an important vehicle in interactive learning for her students. Currently an invited artist to Walt Disney World, Rachelle shows and sells her art at special events at EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney Springs, and other resort locations. She also shows her work in juried art shows, gift events, and retail boutiques. Her work is in private collections all over the world.

Her mission as an artist is to inspire life long enrichment through art and to provide a wonderful array of experiences that invites everyone to take an entertaining adventure into self-expression. Rachelle’s plant-stained collection features journals, stationery, and wall decor, while her pottery collection is composed primarily of functional pieces, with an occasional series of sculptures.

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Her current work can be seen at RachelleEason.com.

The journey continues

True art is an extension of the artist; in essence, their soul. We met Rachelle several years back. Actually, we “met” her work. And later we had the opportunity to meet Rachelle, the artist. It was an easy, almost instant, connection with her and her creative work. She brings people together and connects us with time, place, texture, color, and the earth.

As her journey and story continues, we are looking forward to seeing what’s next and experiencing the world through Rachelle’s hands and spirit.

In the fast pace of life, we encourage you to slow down; stop, if you can and stay a bit. And look, just not with your eyes. Listen...just not with your ears. Can you hear the whisper?

Michael & Lisa Kiesler

The first time I saw a Rachelle Eason plant-stained journal I was moved in a way that I can’t explain. Their beauty touched me like no other art has. Since my first encounter with them I have purchased at least a dozen, and plan on purchasing many more. Every time I can’t decide what to give someone as a gift and I want to make it extra special, I give a Rachelle Eason plant-stained journal. It’s the perfect, hand-made gift of art. One of my friends burst into tears at the beauty of her journal. She was moved just like I was. I have had the chance to meet Rachelle several times and her sweet spirit adds to the beauty of her journals. I know how much of her heart and soul has gone into them. They are more than journals. They can become pieces of art displayed in many unique ways in your home, photo albums or scrapbooks, or as I am currently using one, as a piece of beauty to bring calm to your soul. I love and appreciate the art of Rachelle Eason and hope and pray that others will be moved by it and see the beauty in life that it inspires.

Susie Jones

I felt an instant connection to Rachelle and her art the first time we met at an art show. Her passion and enthusiasm for her art is contagious! I love that she uses natural materials to stain papers and the colors and shapes that she creates are beautiful. I started with 3 journals (for myself and my daughters) and also some stationery. The recipients of my notes on Rachelle's plant stained paper always ask where I found such a unique product. We now have a large matted and framed print hanging in our main living area. Guest and visitors always comment on our one of a kind piece of art.

Evelyn Ribadeneyra

If you desire the freshness of nature, but require that beauty to have a longer life span than that of a fresh flower - Rachelle Eason journals are the perfect blend. The most amazing flowers are magically transformed on to paper so that they can remain in your life or on your walls or desk. They transform paper into a soothing piece of art that will pull you in. You will be totally drawn to the journals but, understand that you will hesitate for a moment before you write the first word. Once you do, you will be hooked. Or ... choose to frame a piece of this magical paper, and it will smooth your nerves for years to come. I say choose both.

Marie Crofoot

For several years I have been enjoying Rachelle’s special art! Ihave always loved nature and flowers in particular. Her reuse of flowers and plants in her work gives it a fresh natural aspect and is also eco-friendly. I have purchased several of her plant-stained journals and they are filled with wonderful detail. From the varied stains in the pages , to the imaginative front covers, to the colorful threads used to bind the spines , you can easily see she puts her heart into her work . Rachelle has a special unique eye for beauty and can pull it forth into many different mediums including paper and ceramics. Meeting Rachelle and obtaining some of her art has brought me much happiness and tranquility.

Gayle Forry

The art of Rachelle Eason is an invitation to explore the wonders of nature. Her creations are a kaleidoscope of color and texture that will enhance your appreciation of the natural world. We and our guests enjoy the work of Rachelle in our home.

Ann and Walt Przygocki

I had the pleasure of meeting the talented Rachelle at Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival. I was lucky enough to purchase one of her beautiful handmade books made with flowers. I can’t say enough about it, her work is fascinating and each page in the journal is blooming with flowers and rich colors.

Dana Whitson