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15% off $650+ code: ANYONE15
Ends 23rd August  ·  Terms
 🎨 Anyone can own original art 🎨 
10% off EVERYTHING* code: ANYONE10
15% off $650+ code: ANYONE15
Ends 23rd August  ·  Terms

Rebecca Vincent

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2013

Artworks for sale: 59

(52)

United Kingdom

About Rebecca Vincent

 
 
  • Biography
    I'm a printmaker based in the North of England. Printmaking has been the focus of my working life from art school onwards. The amazing colour and mark-making possibilities of etching and monotype have fascinated me for many years as I've experimented and innovated with them. 

    Over the last few years I've been finding ways to link my love of colour and printmaking to another passion - landscape. I've challenged myself to find ways of depicting the landscape that are not representational in a traditional sense but take on an imaginative visual life of their own where I apply composition ideas and vigorous mark-making that is more abstract in nature. But there's one more thread to my work and that comes from the world of textiles - wonderful patterns and textures that were part of my early life. There's no fabric or sewing in my work although there might seem to be on first glance. I am capturing  impressions from textured wallpapers and fabrics in both the etchings and monotypes (one-off prints). I use a wide range of hand-printed patterns to convey the patchwork of fields, hills and hedgerows. To bring my printmaking to a wider audience, I now offer a range of high quality giclee prints and greetings cards as well as the hand-made prints.
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  • Education

    1993 - 1995

    University of Newcastle upon Tyne

    1990 - 1993

    Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University

  • Upcoming Events

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    Event: Winter Fair and open studios at the Hearth Arts Centre

    Dates: Nov. 21, 2015 - Nov. 22, 2015

    Venue: The Hearth, Main Rd, Horsley, Northumberland NE15 0NT

    You are warmly invited to this year's Winter Fair at the Hearth Arts Centre, Horsley on Sat 21st and Sun 22nd November 10.30am to 4pm each day. I will be opening my studio to show my latest prints and originals along with the 10 other resident artists. In addition the hall will be full of hand made creations by a variety of local craftspeople and producers. The acclaimed Hearth cafe will be serving meals and festive treats and there will be live music in the church. It's a wonderful event with a great atmosphere. There's no obligation to buy and entry is free. We do hope you'll come and join us.

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Education

1993 - 1995

University of Newcastle upon Tyne

1990 - 1993

Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University


There are no upcoming events

Show previous eventsHide previous events

Previous events

Event: Winter Fair and open studios at the Hearth Arts Centre

Dates: Nov. 21, 2015 - Nov. 22, 2015

Venue: The Hearth, Main Rd, Horsley, Northumberland NE15 0NT

You are warmly invited to this year's Winter Fair at the Hearth Arts Centre, Horsley on Sat 21st and Sun 22nd November 10.30am to 4pm each day. I will be opening my studio to show my latest prints and originals along with the 10 other resident artists. In addition the hall will be full of hand made creations by a variety of local craftspeople and producers. The acclaimed Hearth cafe will be serving meals and festive treats and there will be live music in the church. It's a wonderful event with a great atmosphere. There's no obligation to buy and entry is free. We do hope you'll come and join us.


 

Biography

I'm a printmaker based in the North of England. Printmaking has been the focus of my working life from art school onwards. The amazing colour and mark-making possibilities of etching and monotype have fascinated me for many years as I've experimented and innovated with them. 

Over the last few years I've been finding ways to link my love of colour and printmaking to another passion - landscape. I've challenged myself to find ways of depicting the landscape that are not representational in a traditional sense but take on an imaginative visual life of their own where I apply composition ideas and vigorous mark-making that is more abstract in nature. But there's one more thread to my work and that comes from the world of textiles - wonderful patterns and textures that were part of my early life. There's no fabric or sewing in my work although there might seem to be on first glance. I am capturing  impressions from textured wallpapers and fabrics in both the etchings and monotypes (one-off prints). I use a wide range of hand-printed patterns to convey the patchwork of fields, hills and hedgerows. To bring my printmaking to a wider audience, I now offer a range of high quality giclee prints and greetings cards as well as the hand-made prints.
 
 
 
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