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Rachel E Heberling

Easton, PA

Works in Branchburg, NJ


Rachel E Heberling is the Executive Director of Frontline Arts. After 5 years as Studio Manager, she quickly took on the role of director just one year after a merger with The Printmaking Center of New Jersey. She brought a passion and commitment to this role, fusing the strengths of social outreach programs, such as Frontline Paper (using the transformative power of making paper from military uniforms in veteran-to-veteran workshops), with the rich history of almost 50 years of fine art collaborative printmaking and papermaking. Rachel also brought the organization through the pandemic, created financial stability, added several staff positions, formed new partnerships, and helped to launch new programs, such as the Scrubs Paper Project. She also secured new sources of funding and major grants, such as NJSCA Capital Arts and NEA-MAAA Creative Forces.

Previously the Printmaking Center’s Studio Program Manager (and Frontline Arts’ Studio Director), developing education programming, contract printing, studio operations, technical research and more. Rachel was previously Assistant Client Manager in package design at Haney, for Procter & Gamble accounts in Cincinnati, OH, while also a printmaking instructor at Tiger Lily Press. She ran open studio sessions, did contract printing, was on the board, and assisted in planning a statewide conference. In the past, she has been the printer for artist Jay Bolotin, as well as an editioning intern at Island Press, Washington University, St Louis. Previously Rachel was graduate administrative associate for Ann Hamilton and Michael Mercil at The Ohio State University in Columbus where she received an M.F.A. in printmaking in 2011.


Rachel’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as the National Arts Club, NYC; Hoofprint Workshop, Chicago, IL; King St Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary; Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH; and The Corcoran Gallery Museum, DC. Her artwork is influenced by growing up in a log home near the mining regions of Pennsylvania, as much of her work portrays obsolete technology, abandoned industry and vintage advertisements. She also creates prints to raise awareness on Women’s Health issues, due to years of struggling with endometriosis, working out of her studio at Eleven20 in Easton, PA.



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