Rachel Kice maintains a studio painting practice in Los Angeles, CA. Her current work focuses on the allocation of meaning in language and symbology, often referencing her musical past, literature, and dreams.
Kice best known for bridging the gap between consumer culture and fine art as the only visual artist member of Muzikmafia; the historic Nashville artist collective. Her early work was often created and exhibited in non-traditional art venues, for non-traditional art audiences. In hundreds of performances, Kice created paintings onstage, with popular American music artists including: Muzikmafia (Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, James Otto, Shannon Lawson, Jon Nicholson, Shanna Crooks, SWJ), Max Abrams (of The Mavericks), Willie Nelson, Ravi Coltrane, George Clinton, Heart, Taylor Dayne, Jewel, Jon Bon Jovi, Tracy Silverman, and Bella Fleck. Kice has collaborated with brands and organizations including: Warner Brothers, Harley Davidson, Chevy, Tedx, Hard Rock Cafe, Mead, MUSICARES, The Grammy Foundation, and Prilosec. Her work has been featured by media outlets including: CNN, ABC, CMT, GMAC, MTV, The Radio Music Awards, People, Star, GQ, Country Weekly, and USA Today. Her work can be found in permanent collections including: The Tennessee State Museum, Warner Brothers, Sony, Creative Artists Agency, The Country Music Hall of Fame, and in numerous private and celebrity collections.
Kice currently maintains a studio practice in Los Angeles, CA.