Rachel Rifat's goal in life is to perform great deeds through art.
Her great works have been published and written about in People Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, and The Los Angeles Times. She lectured at the EDHEC business school in Nice on how to start an innovative business. She feels she owes her good fortune in part to the kind prayers of the Sisters in Santa Barbara.
Rachel wrote Who Took All the Paperclips (2008). Rave reviews may be found in the New York, Boston, and Philly Metro Papers (click here for the cover), BookPage Magazine, and the Florida Sun Sentinel.
She aspires to be the patron saint of art and illustration.
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana
Museum of Anthropology, Arizona
Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles
Art Slave Gallery, Los Angeles
j. ferrari Gallery, Los Angeles
Cactus Gallery, Los Angeles
Olvera Street Gallery, Los Angeles
The Folk Tree, Pasadena
Hennessey + Ingalls Books, Los Angeles - 2008