Rachelle Krieger was born in NYC, and currently lives and works in Port Washington NY. Her paintings have been exhibited and collected globally, and were featured in The Heckscher Museum of Art’s inaugural Biennial.

During the past twenty-five years, Krieger’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in over twenty cities throughout the United States. A select example of galleries where she has exhibited include Susan Eley Fine Art in NYC, the Dorian Grey Gallery in NYC, the Mark Humphrey Gallery in Southampton, Etra Fine Art in Miami, the Judi Rotenberg Gallery in Boston, the Simon Gallery in New Jersey, the Mulligan-Shanoski Gallery in San Francisco, the Wyndy Morehead Gallery in New Orleans, the Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery in Dallas, and the Taylor Jardine Gallery in London.

Krieger’s work has been featured in many publications including TIME Magazine, MODERN Magazine, LI Pulse Magazine, NY Cottages & Gardens, and Newsday. Her paintings are part of numerous private and corporate collections and can been seen in public spaces throughout the United States including at the Westin Hotel in New Orleans, the Ritz Carlton in DC, the Marriott Marquis in DC, and the Texas State Bank in Houston. She earned a BFA from Pratt Institute in 1989, and has studied at the Art Students League and New York Studio School in NYC.

Krieger currently serves on the Art Advisory Council for the Adler Gallery at the Port Washington Public Library.