Congratulations Rachel A Madej!

January 03, 2019

Congratulations Rachel A Madej!

Artist: Rachel A Madej

Title: Jetty

Medium: Oil Paint

Website: www.rachelantoniadesigns.com

Congratulations to artist, Rachel A Madej on a job well done! Her landscape painting won second place at the Paier School of Art Show. Although Rachel won in the category of Fine Arts, her talents extend much further.  Her bright, bold and pop art like patterns and illustrations lend themselves beautifully to her Etsy shop and design business. You can find Rachel at local craft fairs around Connecticut or follow her blog at www.rachelantoniadesigns.com.  Thanks Rachel, for framing with Wholesale Frame. We wish you happy art making in 2019!




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