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rochellejmarch

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Quick Facts
Birth year
1987
Lives in
Brooklyn, New York
Schools
Bard College
New York University (NYU)
Parsons School of Design
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
Rochelle J. March

Rochelle March's work explores the relationship between the human condition and the natural world. Where there is often a void, detachment or suffering, there is also an absence or degradation of nature. Rochelle's work emphasizes the belief that enfusing the human condition with nature's deep mystery and beauty may cultivate a sense of healing, connection and purpose in our day to day. She challenges the viewer to not only be awed by the gentle complexity of nature's creations, but also to question why that essence is not more present in the viewer's quotidien activities and choices. By bringing nature to urban streets and reminding cultures of their natural heritage, Rochelle aims to bridge the disconnect between human habits and human nature. Rochelle is a self-taught artist who has taken classes at both Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute to hone her craft. She resides in Brooklyn, New York.