NCCCIAP Crew - Exhibitions Preparator
Rainey Rawles is an Atlanta based artist who explores the relationship between humor and the macabre within her sculptural work. She is currently the Preparator of Fabrications at the High Museum of Art, where she builds casework and installs a never-ending rotation of exhibitions. She received a BFA in drawing and painting from Kennesaw State University, where she also studied woodworking and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Mason Fine Art, Kibbee Gallery, and OZ Magazine, and is featured in private collections throughout Georgia. She spends the majority of her free time cross stitching while watching horror movies.