A multidisciplinary artist and environmental advocate, Fallon Rabin emphasizes sustainability within the fabrication process. Purposeful yet functional works of art highlight her intense spiritual bond with nature while spotlighting environmental and social issues through mixed media. She promotes art through mindfulness and strives to bring light and connection to all.


Born and raised in Southern California, Fallon Rabin is an intensely dedicated nature lover who paints from her imagination and spiritual experiences. Throughout her life, Rabin has practiced spirituality, reiki healing, and mindfulness. Since the age of eight, she has volunteered with non-profits including Heal the Bay and Bring the Elephant Home. In 2019, Rabin partnered with Wim Hof the Iceman and Bring the Elephant Home in Thailand, to organize a 5-day fundraiser/art installation to save elephants. Featuring 30 participants from 17 countries united to build the body of an elephant. Rabin’s environmental initiatives and community service efforts have earned her accolades from the mayors of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and Thousand Oaks. In 2019, in response to her DAPL portfolio, Rabin was awarded a merit scholarship to study art at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She will graduate with her BFA in 2022. Her Universal Soul Connection Series will be on view in the SAIC Spring 2022 Undergraduate Exhibition.