Rachel Shelton is an interdisciplinary fine artist from Buffalo, NY. She is a Co-Founder of Mirabo Press. Rachel received her B.F.A. from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2011 with a concentration in Printmaking. Her work, centered around this practice, also includes bookmaking, drawing, enameling, and sculpture. Rachel received her M.F.A. from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2017. At both the undergraduate and graduate level, she has studied the methods and theories used in the fields of Archaeology and Anthropology to gain an overhead perspective of the evolution and organizational structures of human populations.

mirabo door_02.jpg


Fine Art Printmaking Press

Mirabo Press is a printmaking studio founded by Bob Fleming, Rachel Shelton, and Mizin Shin. We offer limited edition printmaking by contract to individuals and galleries, working to expand the local art scene by collaborating with both regional and national artists. These collaborative opportunities allow for advancement of the medium and we are happy to work with artists both inexperienced and well versed in print media.  Equipped for intaglio, monotype, relief, and screen printing, Mirabo Press also provides educational and community programming. Workshops for small groups designed to give individual attention cover a range of processes, and local educational institutions are welcome to bring students to the studio to learn about this democratic and socially formative medium.