Rachelle Díaz is a multidisciplinary artist living in Roswell, New Mexico. Her work features a variety of subjects and varies stylistically from project to project, the common threads being femininity, nature, death, and humor. She currently works as a freelance graphic designer.

She graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Studio Art and a minor in Graphic Design from St. Edward’s University in 2002. Rachelle also studied printmaking and sculpture at SACI in Florence, Italy.

Rachelle began her career in Austin, Texas, working with DiverseArts Culture Works for four years and serving as art director for two ground-breaking publications, Austin Downtown Arts magazine and The BackWord online magazine. She was a founding member artist of the AVAA Gallery & Studios in 2003 and Pump Project Art Complex, where she served as publicist from 2005 to 2008.

In 2008, Rachelle moved to Tucson, where she started Tu Scene, the city’s only art blog, co-founded Pop Up Spaces, an interactive/performance art/design activism collective, and participated as a designer and stylist for local fashion shows. Upon returning to Austin in 2010, she served as a volunteer for numerous visual art and design event and participated in various exhibitions. Rachelle moved with her family to Roswell in 2020.

CV available upon request.