Inspired by memory and nature, Rachel Hawkes Cameron’s work is a story of what can emerge when everything changes. Her paintings explore colour and patterns from the scenes around her and in her memory. Layered through her practice is the fragmentation of space left behind, and an effort to chase moments from the past. Abstraction of time gives shape to the elements in her work, and dictate the composition and arrangement of colour. Her education and experience in architecture and design lend to the overall cohesion of these elements.

Rachel Hawkes Cameron was born and raised in downtown Toronto. She spent many of her formative years in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she studied Architecture and Design at Dalhousie University and the Nova Scotia Academy of Art & Design. Her studio and practice is based in the Junction Triangle, Toronto, ON.