Setzer Studio Arts

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*my undying gratitude
*basic digital access (all comics & media not labeled NSFW)
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You support the arts and believe in a better world! Patrons will receive:
*my undying gratitude
*basic digital access (all comics & media not labeled NSFW)
*a hand-written/drawn letter of thanks for every 12 months (1 year) you are a patron
*access to all NSFW digital content
*10% discount on merch each month you subscribe

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About Setzer Studio Arts



Rachel Setzer is an artist and activist for disability, 2SLGBTQ+, and indigenous rights, who also promotes Worldwide Indigenous Solidarity, worker solidarity, and protecting religious minorities. Originally from the Pacific Northwest (with family from the Southeastern US and Europe), she graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in 2007 and dedicated herself to art and activism after becoming disabled in 2014.

Rachel works in a number of different visual mediums including watercolor paintings, paper arts, and pen-and-ink comic art. Her series The Adventures of FibroShark is an ongoing webcomic focused on the lived experiences of people who have become disabled by capitalist burn-out, as well as boosting the voices of those whose lived experiences are not valued in our current cultural climate. Meanwhile, the painting series Arborist (watercolor paintings of trees on handmade recycled paper) focused on a more general belief that anything can be redeemed and made beautiful with time and sincere effort. In time, she hopes to make the art world more accessible to disabled people by promoting understanding, representation, and cross-media cooperation.

Rachel lives in Seattle with her partner, Peter, and their dog, (her service dog), Bocephus. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, hot baths, and subverting the dominant paradigm.
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