About The Artist
Rachel Scott Art
Rachel Scott, a native of Portland,
Oregon, has spent her adult life in
Sausalito, California, Lahaina, Maui, the
Oregon Coast, Palau, Pohnpei,
Micronesia and now lives in Hilo, Hawaii.  
She has studied in Portland, Oregon,
San Francisco and Maui, and has
traveled extensively around the world
including many exotic locations in the
Pacific.   
As a result, her art reflects her experiences and observations of different cultures, people and
places, as depicted using her own distinctive and unique artistic styles.  Rachel especially
appreciates Pacific island cultures and her works emphasize tropical images, especially those of
Micronesia and Hawaii.  She has spent many hours in the great art museums of the world including
the Musee d' Orsay, the Louvre, the Hermitage, etc., and has an extensive collection of art books.  
Rachel has been influenced by many great artists, and especially her favorite, Henri Matisse, by the
legendary  Hollywood art director and artist, the late John Beckman, and by her dear friend and
mentor, the late Jorge Unwin.  Her works have been displayed in Maui and Palau, and she has
taught students in Micronesia.

The
museum quality canvas prints displayed on this site are derived from originals which are
acrylic (and some multimedia) on canvas and were created from 1985 to 2007.