Rebecca Rebouche embodies what it means to be a working artist in the 21st century. She balances the delicate dichotomy of brave personal work and coveted commercial assignments. Her emotive and naturalistic style has been widely popularized on products at beloved Anthropologie, while her original paintings grace the homes of today's emerging collectors across the world. Hailing from South Louisiana through bayous and byways to the bend in the Mississippi that is New Orleans, Rebecca weaves a tapestry of artful living that has been documented and celebrated in publications such as Garden & Gun, Southern Living, Anthology Magazine and The Great Discontent. She has built a loyal following of not only collectors but enthusiasts who feel deeply connected to her approachable and sincere style of sharing through blogs, social media and highly personal newsletters to her mailing list. Through visual allegory, she turns heartbreak into wonder, temporal into immortal, invisible into tangible . Her insights into human nature are not only expressed through enchanting imagery, but each piece seems to whisper to the viewer, "You are not alone." Viewing her portfolio is like stepping into her dreams, while her blog reads like a found diary. Already an established artist of the people, with more than 500 paintings in private collections across the world and a long waiting list for commissions, Rebecca is poised to be a lifelong artist-to-watch as she grows and takes the world with her on that journey.
Roger LaBorde London
Luke Winslow King
New Orleans Kid Camera Project
Bywater Art Lofts
New Orleans, LA (not open to public)
Please inquire about commissions and originals using the contact link. Currently not hosting studio visits, due to the limited availability of artwork at this time. Sign the mailing list for an invitation to view the forthcoming collection in 2016, as well as announcements for the availability of prints and commercial collaborations.
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