My most recent work includes producing commissioned fine art and illustrations for Winsor and Newton, digital art for Sony,  illustrations and artwork for Respect Yourself,  University of East Anglia, The John Innes Centre, SAW Trust  and English Heritage.

I have worked as an arts consultant and have demonstrated globally for Winsor and Newton.  I am currently focusing on the new Pigment Marker and have traveled to some awesome places and met amazing people.

I also work as a graphic recorder using my drawing and communication skills to help convey ideas, often in a high-end corporate setting for global brands.  My previous clients include TEDx, Suffolk Coastal Forum, Inspiring Leaders, UEA, British Art Show 8 (Norwich and Southampton), The Cut Science Cafe, Unilever and the University of Suffolk.  An exhibition of my work was featured at the Norwich Science Festival.   I can be found at the front of the room, drawing quickly and fearlessly on a large wall in front of lots of people.  My work has been described as engaging and captivating to watch.

I enjoy sharing my knowledge through education and have been teaching and demonstrating since 2001, working with various mediums from ceramics to drawing and digital art.

My work has a painterly feel, regardless of the medium I choose – paint, marker, pastel or digital.  I am often described as a colourist as I like to capture colour first, then refine the form of my subject.   I work with Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Premiere and with a variety of drawing apps.  I love to use traditional materials for my work, but am also passionate about using alternative methods including marker pens, watercolour markers and even foodstuffs!

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Please contact me for commissions and quotes.

Rebecca

 

 

 

 

Personal Portfolio Work (*cycle-linked* In Development)

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