By Bettina Lewin for Anthropologie, painting one of my Family Tree Paintings At work on the world map coloring mural for Anthropologie Mr. Tumnus Night Trees Drawing Table At work on more projects for Anthropologie Hard Sleep with the Oh To Dream ...

 


Art and Life at Treehouse, Louisiana. 


By Bettina Lewin for Anthropologie, painting one of my Family Tree Paintings


At work on the world map coloring mural for Anthropologie


Mr. Tumnus


Night Trees


Drawing Table


At work on more projects for Anthropologie


Hard Sleep with the Oh To Dream bedding


Putting together the "Diarist's Dilemma" show




calm

Art and Life at Treehouse, Louisiana. 

      
 
 

Shades of blue. There’s something mesmerizing about blue, the...




Watercolor from my beach vacay, Summer 2017


Throw pillows and more at Society 6




From my travels to Yellowstone National Park, Summer 2017


Photo of Rebecca Rebouche, by Bettina Lewin for Anthropologie


A moody canoe trip on the lake, Summer 2017, Louisiana


The hand of Rebecca Rebouche


scraps from my studio


"Night Balloon" mixed media on canvas, 48" x 72", by Rebecca Rebouche

Shades of blue. 

There’s something mesmerizing about blue, the color of sea and sky, below us and above us. The color of heartbreak and expansiveness, night and day. 

Throw pillows and all other merchandise is on sale Sunday and Monday: https://society6.com/rebeccarebouche/pillows 

You can get this “Night Balloon” on paper or canvas starting at $140. https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Night-Balloon/836916/2866778/view

      
 
 

Behind the scenes of how I create a collection for...









Behind the scenes of how I create a collection for Anthropologie.

These sketches show some early stages of design I did on a tea collection for Anthropologie some years back. These designs didn’t get produced in the end, but some of the concepts were reworked onto plates and later stationery. The final artwork is polished and created flat and ready to scan, but I always include sketches of how the design might look on the object itself. I try to be sure to let my imagination run wild at the beginning, even if it means we cannot achieve the exact thing in the end, whether that’s a fox-shaped tea cup handle or gold metallic paw feet on the tea pot. These elements help me to remember I’m inventing a whole magical world for people to be enraptured by. That’s what I love about designing products for the home.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little peak into the process. More to come.

Xo, Rebecca

      
 
 

The changing light at Treehouse, Louisiana - my rural...





















The changing light at Treehouse, Louisiana - my rural studio. 

I’m developing plans for a renovation/addition at the treehouse, and so I’m thinking a lot about light, shadow and the atmosphere here as I try to settle on important shapes and materials. I want to honor the bones of this place, built by an artist in the 1970′s. Oh, may there be many more illuminating moments here among the trees. 

      
 
 

 


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