Grace Kelly Rivera's highly sought-after paintings extend beyond jazz art to rich mystical themed portraiture and landscapes. She is also a perfumer, whose individual essential oil blends are available through The Perfumerie. A multi-faceted artist, Rivera is also a popular Flamenco dance performer and instructor. She has worked with E.J. Gold since 1980, in both theater and painting. She is particularly well known for her role as "the Lord" in Gold's off-Broadway play, Creation Story Verbatim. She has exhibited extensively in both one-woman and group shows, including exhibitions at the prestigious Foundation for the Study of Objective Art in Toronto, and counts numerous celebrities among her collectors.