I am reposting this anonymous comment from my blog, because it is so beautiful and means so much to me. thank you.
If you have not seen the show, do yourself a favor and don't miss it. Rebecca you have not over promoted the show. It has not been promoted enough. Someone should write the show up or put it on the news before the sports and weather. Come on, people need to see this show. The Unearthed show, Rebecca's first solo gallery show is a triumphant creative accomplishment. The breath and diversity of work is more like a mid-career museum retrospective than a first solo gallery show.
The show combines multiple mediums there are paintings large and small detailed and abstract, photographic collaborations, soft sculptures, fabric stitched pieces, video work and natural installations. The diverse work is hung beautifully and tied together with hand made frames and themes of the land and self-discovery.
If you have enjoyed following Rebecca’s career this far get ready because this show is a leap from the high board and anticipates the rise of an artist we will be privileged to follow for a long time to come. Go ahead, take a walk or a drive down Magazine Street stop your feet or car at Louisiana Avenue and feed your eyes and mind the Unearthed.
I am currently gracing the cover of Garden & Gun Magazine (August/Sept) where I am included in a list of Southern Creative Rising Stars. I am so honored to be representing the creative South. Looking forward to sharing this issue with my fellow subscribers and G&G lovers.
My Spring collection debuted in April and was a near sell-out. Remaining available original paintings are available on my etsy shop.
Rebecca Rebouche Studio is hiring! It has been an exciting year for us and we need help. We are looking for talented people to join our team. If you are a smart and creative person with a solid work-ethic who is interested in contributing behind the scenes of a growing brand, we hope you'll get in touch. Tell us your story and your dreams and send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The commission schedule for Family Tree Paintings is full for this year (2012). Contact me for more information or to get on the waiting list for 2013.
The Beauty Shop is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00-2:00. Come visit us and we'll offer you an iced coffee and a story.
My work is featured on a handful of beautiful products for the home available at Anthropologie stores nationwide and online. To see what is available currently, you may go to their website and search for my last name. My design collaborations with Anthropologie continue so stay tuned for new pieces.
and as always, I love email. I really do. I check email daily and respond on Fridays, So, drop me a line anytime at: email@example.com, or message me through my website: www.rebeccarebouche.com