Rachel Gross is an artist and printmaker living in Hartland, VT. She grew up in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania and then attended Oberlin College where she majored in Religion and Studio Art. After living in Seattle for several years Rachel received an MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art. Rachel is an Artist Member and on the Board of Directors at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio in White River Junction. She has had solo shows at Hooloon Art in Philadelphia, Norwich University, Plymouth State University, and AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH. Her work has been exhibited in many group and juried shows including the 2013 deCordova Biennial, Color Ways at the NAGA Gallery in Boston, Impressed: Vermont Printmakers 2012 at the Helen Day Art Center, and the Northern Print Biennale in Newcastle, UK where she was the recipient of the Northern Print International Residency Prize. Her prints are in several major public collections including the Boston Public Library, The Southern Graphics Council Print Collection, the Hood Museum, and the Mead Art Museum. Rachel has been an Artist Resident at Yaddo and at Northern Print in Newcastle, UK. She has taught printmaking and foundations at the Savannah College of Art and Design, The Center for Cartoon Studies, and Amherst College.