Rachelle SCOTT also has her works on permanent display at Eka & Moor, in Madrid in Spain and in Colombia. In 2011, she is portrayed in “F comme Femme Diaspora”, a documentary created by Stephanie and Steve James of Shakti Productions, Best Award winners, featuring Caribbean women who succeed around the world.
For the 2016 International Women Day, she is featured at the Memorial ACTe, at Pointe-à-Pître, Guadeloupe in “Femmes in Creation”. It is also appropriate to mention that since 2015, some imprinted extracts of her works is been highlighted in the Fashion world by a renown Peruvian designer, Rosario de Armenteras Vukanovich.
2017 Presents in November 2017 in Expo-artistas in the Cultural Center of Borges, in Argentina, "Coeur de Femme" to celebrate in her paintings the different facets and the noble qualities of the heart of a woman, with the beauty and diversity that inhabits it from the subtle vibrations of her moods. "Plasma with sensuality in the canvas that universe of the feminine, of tenderness, self-denial, compassion, with spontaneity and spirituality, already emblematic features of her work." Rachelle paints with irreverent freedom and independence, the colors that convey the purest beauty of the universe.
A production that exalts art, the senses, and celebrates life with all its splendor in each of the emotions that arise from her canvases, with magical beauty. "(Lic. Claudia Sanzi, Art Critic)
She painted and offered to the church Our Lady of Lourdes, Soisson- la-Montagne, Haiti, the 15 stations of the Passion of Christ.
In November, she is again in Argentina, at Expo-Artistas, to present « Serenity:… in the Soul of Time", a retrospective trip through her artistic creations punctuated by more recent paintings.
“… Each work of Rachelle has the softness and sensitivity of a story, from mastering control of her brush to the emotion, radiating from the inner soul… Magical and simple, her paintings offer a trip to our own inner world, "full of moments of life worthy of being lived" (Lic. Claudia Sanzi, Curator)
In June, at the Foundation Theard, Fermathe, Haiti, she exposes another of her collections, "Spaces of Memory" before presenting it from August to September successively at Fort-de-France, in Martinique, in the shops of the « Frères Lauzea » alongside of “Mythologies and Realities” and in the Centre Rémy Nainsouta, at Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe.
In November, at Expo-Artistas in Argentina, she unveils her collection "Divine Origins of the Soul", and at the Villa Therese, Haiti, which becomes part of "Mythologies and Realities", exposed in December.
She is back to Haiti, in a solo exhibition at Festival Arts of Marie Alice Theard (IWA/AICA) Doctor Honoris Causa, who then wrote of her: "Rachelle SCOTT is worthy to be cited among the visual artists who enrich the Haitian cultural heritage".
Then, she presents « Huellas en el Mar », a collection of some of her Marines to the Jorge Borges Center, in Argentina who impressed the Critic Julio Sapollnik, Master of Culture Argentina, Trustee and Member of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, who wrote that Rachelle Scott’s painting is: ".. .a Impressionism open to a contemplation of the unclassifiable...", "as an artist, what makes her unique: it's her outstretched hand that invites the Viewer to enter her painting world and to stay there... “
She presents her works with numerous artists together from various backgrounds worldwide in a large new manifestation of Art, through a fraternal speech: "Traveling Souls, in the State of Georgia, USA.
In the same year, invited, she participates in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the great international Art fair: “Expo-Artistas" where since, this cultural event proponents keep on unavoidably call on her at each new edition.
She exhibited at the Museum of the Nation in Lima, Peru, then in Haiti, introduced her expo in tribute to the Haitian Artists and Artisans at the Gallery « Festival Arts », and this, for several consecutive years.