Rebecca is an artist now living and working in Suffolk, having spent most of her working life in London.
For Rebecca, paintings are much more than an image. She travels to making artefacts, rather than art which is a window to a world or a base for transmission. Instead the works are objects that inhabit a location or a space. Just as the archeologist unearths the objects of the past and brings them into today’s light, so she gives life to the residue of the ‘past’ in the present, building up marks and colours to complete the piece. She is drawn to the potential of colours and organic forms to revitalise our perceptions.
Her recent work has been influenced by the materials, brilliant colours and formal language that characterise the paintings of eastern cultures.
Rebecca studied fine art at Chelsea College of Art but began her professional life as a Costume Designer for Dance and Theatre, later training as a Child Psychotherapist and this has influenced her approach to creative thinking and making art.
Rebecca has exhibited her work across Europe and her work is in many private collections. In 2016 her work was in ‘The Discerning Eye’ exhibition at The Mall Galleries London, in 2017 at The Contemporary Royal Watercolour Competition Open Show where she was awarded The Sentinel Gallery Prize, and in the 2018 Royal Watercolour Open Exhibition London.
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