A studio where disciplines merge, focusing on art, design, and cultural projects.
Trained as a metalsmith, Rachel Reichert's work blurs the line between art, preservation, and community engagement. Having studied at the Oregon College of Art & Craft, Boise State University, and Penland School of Crafts, her work is influenced by cultural heritage, and the identity of place.
Reichert currently works as a studio artist, Cultural Sites Manager for the City of Boise's Department of Arts & History, and is Co-Founder of The Atlanta School, a small art and architecture school in Atlanta, Idaho. Studio R showcases personal and professional works supported both by Reichert and affiliated organizations.
April 22, 2018
New York Times
April 18, 2018
Hidden Stash of Valuable Drawings Found in Walls of Artist’s Home
September 27, 2017
The Art of James Castle, Created With Spit, Scraps, and Soot
Idaho Public Television, Outdoor Idaho
March 10, 2017
Where the Road Ends: Atlanta
Grants + Awards
Alexa Rose Foundation
Summit Creative Awards
Boise City Dept. of Arts & History, Silver Award in public relations for the BOISE 150 campaign
Idaho Commission on the Arts
Quick Funds Grant (Individual)