Princess Simpson Rashid is an American painter and printmaker living and practicing in Tampa, Fl. Her body of work is multi-faceted. She paints figurative abstractions, pure abstractions and landscapes – besides the fact that she works with varied techniques. Her current work explores the relationships between color, perception and symbolism. With striking color and innovative technique, Princess moves her audience in ways unimaginable. Her previous collections explore subjects that range from mathematics to music to competitive fencing, and they too explore both the etherealness and rigidness of the subjects at hand. Her work has been exhibited aboard, and she has participated in more than twenty group shows and has been granted the opportunity to have more than ten solo exhibitions.
She is a graduate of Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA with a B.S in Physics; she is a competitive fencer and a coach, a mother of two daughters, and wife to a Naval Aviator. Check out her website to see more of her work.