Rachel Kice is a painter, performer, and writer. Her work aims to inspire uncommon discussions, no matter the venue or medium. Kice maintains a studio painting practice derived of ten years of painting live on stage with major label recording artists. Her paintings have been created on concert stages, museum galleries and in historic venues such as the Country Music Hall of Fame.
In addition to features in numerous mainstream publications including People, Star, GQ and Billboard, Kice has appeared on television programs, including CNN's "Fortune First" series, "The Radio Music Awards", "Nashville Star," and "MuzikMafia TV."
Her work can be found in collections including the Tennessee State Museum, Emprise Bank, Creative Artist Agency, Sony Tree and Sony NY, and private and celebrity collections. Kice is an original member of the artist collective, MuzikMafia, which rose to national acclaim in 2005. She attended Berklee School of Music in Boston to study vocal performance. Kice is based in Nashville, TN.