Rashida has been painting and making art from a very young age, and maintains a professional career in social and government reform for marginalized New Yorkers. Her artistic practice is informed by both, and Rashida's feminist paintings explore themes of liberation and constraint.
She studied studio art and political theory at Wesleyan University, has a master of science degree from the London School of Economics and practices at the Art Students League of NY. She lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, with her son and husband.
Inquiries for purchases and commissions are welcome.