Rachael Tyler Bacon is an artist whose work relates to the human condition and our place within the natural world. Her work is multi-disciplinary encompassing symbolic landscape and figurative painting, printmaking, photography, film, sculpture and sonic works.
Rachael studied Fine Art Foundation at Newcastle College and then Sculpture and Printmaking at Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds graduating with a BA Hons in Fine Art in 2001.
In 2006, Rachael was awarded a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship in printmaking specialising in intaglio processes including aquatint, mezzotint, etching, drypoint and sugar lift, she also made a study of letterpress processes. Her intaglio practice lead to commissions and collaborations including artwork for banknotes and art featured in the Turner Prize exhibition 2009 & the Basel Art Fair 2010.