Rachel Wada

Rachel Wada's work is defined by heavy texture, bold color and intricate details that capture the nuances of people, places and ideas, real and surreal. Rachel's identity as Japanese-Cantonese, an immigrant and a woman informs her artistic practice. She loves to put her own spin on traditional techniques, motifs and symbolism inspired by her cultural background. This duality of old and new is also apparent in her use of both traditional and digital mediums, and she draws inspiration from a variety of sources, from Japanese woodblock prints, Chinese pottery and ceramics, food packaging design to traditional folk art. Rachel lives in Vancouver.

Books by Rachel Wada

This gorgeously illustrated picture book tells the story of a young Japanese boy who loses his dad in a tsunami.
Hardcover
9781459821033
$19.95 USD
PDF
9781459821040 DOWNLOAD HELP
$9.99 USD
EPUB
9781459825185 DOWNLOAD HELP
$9.99 USD
EPUB
9781459821057 DOWNLOAD HELP
$9.99 USD
Audiobook
9781459828179
$4.99 USD
This gorgeously illustrated picture book tells the story of a young Japanese boy who loses his dad in a tsunami.
EPUB
9781459825185 DOWNLOAD HELP
$9.99 USD
Hardcover
9781459821033
$19.95 USD
Audiobook
9781459828179
$4.99 USD
A stunningly illustrated picture book that introduces young readers to the importance of night as a time for animals to thrive, rains to fall, winds to blow and the world to rest.
Hardcover
9781459831315
$19.95 USD
PDF
9781459833159
$14.99 USD
EPUB
9781459833166
$14.99 USD