Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith

Oakland, CA

Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith is a Muralist, NFT artist, Curator, and Creative Director based out of Oakland California. Adopted and of Nigerian, Jewish, and European heritage her work comes through a multicultural lens that explores the complex experience of human life. Her constant education takes the form of mentorship, specialized courses, travel, and collaborating with other artists. She is always looking to explore new modes of expression from traditional mediums to Virtual Reality and NFT’s. She is the founder of Wolfe Pack Arts where she paints large scale murals inspired by Afro-futurism, liberation, and abstract surrealism. She curates exhibitions and events at the crux of art and technology, employing Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and NFT’s in partnership with analog art forms to create unique immersive experiences. Rachel is also the Creative Director at the Bay Area Mural Program (BAMP) where she facilitates community engaged murals and teaches art to youth and adults. In 2020 she was awarded the Neighborhood Empowerment Network Award for designing BAMP’s “Spirit of the Fillmore” mural. She received Historical Monument status for her Women of the “Black Panther Party” mural in West Oakland, and created the album artwork for Grammy Award winning artist “Fantastic Negrito.”

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