Photograph of Artist RACHEL E HEBERLING
RACHEL E HEBERLING
Cincinnati, Ohio - United States



Original Artworks (14)

Rachel E Heberling; The Divide, 2013, Original Printmaking Intaglio, 6 x 9.5 inches. Artwork description: 241  Female figure divided, etching with softground and chine colle of diagrams in background ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Intaglio, 2013
6 x 9.5 inches (15.2 x 24.1 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; The Offering, 2013, Original Printmaking Serigraph, 12 x 6 inches. Artwork description: 241  Screenprint of two figures in front of landscape  ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Serigraph, 2013
12 x 6 inches (30.5 x 15.2 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Full Circle, 2013, Original Printmaking Lithography, 11 x 8 inches. Artwork description: 241  Stone lithograph of deer skeleton   ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2013
11 x 8 inches (27.9 x 20.3 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Wooden Zoo, 2012, Original Printmaking Intaglio, 6 x 4.8 inches. Artwork description: 241   Etching and mezzotint of carousel animals on steel plate  ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Intaglio, 2012
6 x 4.8 inches (15.2 x 12.2 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Empty Grove, 2011, Original Printmaking Intaglio, 3.7 x 5 inches. Artwork description: 241  Etching and mezzotint of abandoned theme park rollercoaster ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Intaglio, 2011
3.7 x 5 inches (9.4 x 12.7 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Strained Connection, 2011, Original Printmaking Etching, 7 x 11.7 inches. Artwork description: 241   Etching and spit bite of of typing hands, based on interactive installation   ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Etching, 2011
7 x 11.7 inches (17.8 x 29.7 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Errors Are Prevented Inst..., 2009, Original Printmaking Lithography, 27 x 18 inches. Artwork description: 241  Stone and plate color lithograph depicting graphs of typewriting contests and studies.  ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2009
27 x 18 inches (68.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Industrial Sunset I, 2004, Original Printmaking Lithography, 11 x 15 inches. Artwork description: 241  Stone lithograph of laundromat scene. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2004
11 x 15 inches (27.9 x 38.1 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Faster Than A Speeding, 2010, Original Printmaking Serigraph, 12 x 16 inches. Artwork description: 241  15 layer screenprint based on antique ad for Olivetti typewriters. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Serigraph, 2010
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Under Wood, 2005, Original Printmaking Lithography, 12 x 16 inches. Artwork description: 241  Stone Lithograph of Royal typewriter found outside of abandoned factory. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2005
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; To Achieve Typing Power, 2009, Original Book, 6 x 9 inches. Artwork description: 241  Handbound letterpress book with handmade cover paper and images from scanned drawings printed via photopolymer plates. Based on 1929 Typewriting Manual as well as First Aid Manual from US Dept, Bureau of Mines ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original , 2009
6 x 9 inches (15.2 x 22.9 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Zero Sum, 2007, Original Printmaking Lithography, 17.5 x 23.8 inches. Artwork description: 241  Image of old adding machine from office of abandoned coal breaker. Hand- drawn stone lithograph. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2007
17.5 x 23.8 inches (44.5 x 60.5 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; World Champion Typists, 2009, Original Printmaking Lithography, 21 x 28 inches. Artwork description: 241  Dueling typists based on antique typewriting drillbook. Hand- drawn stone lithograph with xerox transfer method for the text below. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Lithograph, 2009
21 x 28 inches (53.3 x 71.1 cm)
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Rachel E Heberling; Auto Graph, 2009, Original Printmaking Intaglio, 23.8 x 17.5 inches. Artwork description: 241  Miner in middle of street wearing respiration gear. Location is small coal town in Pennsylvania with coal region maps layered underneath. ...
Rachel E Heberling
Original Intaglio, 2009
23.8 x 17.5 inches (60.5 x 44.5 cm)
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Artist Statement

I walked up the dirt road before leaving the mountains. Fall was creeping in. I thought a car had driven by, but there remained a strange banging and rattling noise. I turned around and listened, yet nobody was there. I looked again; it was just a 25 mile-an-hour sign caught up in a tree. With the winds kicking up, I ran back down the hill. There were always strange machines in the basement. A Victrola, oil lamps, and car transmissions sat in the dark, collecting dust by the coal furnace. I grew up in a log home on a mountainside in Pennsylvaniaís coal regions, where black slag piles were poised to swallow one-street towns: a landmark of the Industrial Revolutionís demise. When I would pass just over the ridge and wander through abandoned factories, I could feel the heavy air inside: damp and laden with an eerie silence. My childhood existed at the tail end of an era of typewriters and rotary phones: forms of communication that demand a physical connection. These fragmented memories still exist in the tactility of ink embedded into a surface, whether rolled through a press or fed through a typewriter. In 'paperless' times of smaller phones, video, texting, and communication devices nearly connected to the body, presets and automatic corrections make us less aware of our technological extensions. Obsolete, analog devices make this much more visible. I evoke the disembodied voice and hand, along with the confusion of ...