Rebecca Howard

Artist & Freelance Illustrator


News.....

Work now on permanent display at The Bristol Royal Infirmary. ( 'The Cranes' pictured above)

 "We had a meeting with the A&E matron today and she said the response had been phenomenal. Everyone loves the scheme and particularly single out your artwork as being interesting, calm and uplifting.  It’s made a real difference to staff and patients" 

 

I am continuing to stock my work in Tiny gallery, situtated on Hart Street, Henley on Thames , where  I have original artworks and lots of my prints and cards available to buy.

 

 

Thank you!  To those who came to my studio over the Henley Arts Trail  weekend...We had over 400 visitors over the Bank holiday weekend! If you missed out this time feel free to email me and I will add you to my list for the next open studio Event.... this October.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New work of Marlow for 2018! 

I have been busy creating lots of new pieces of Marlow, Bath and Henley... The Marlow pieces ( Marlow Riverside, Pictured above) are currently on show at the Tiny Gallery  on Hart Street in Henley.

My Background

I graduated from Falmouth College of Arts in 2004, where I studied Illustration. Since then I have worked as both an Illustrator and Artist, creating bold and fun illustrative pieces for both publishers and individual commissions.

My paintings are inspired by the waterways of England with a strong emphasis on the urban landscape. There are more than 50 paintings in my collection, with more being created all the time. They depict London, Bristol, Bath, Clevedon, Henley-on-Thames, Windsor, and Brighton, just to name a few. These works are available as original oil paintings, or where the original is sold most images are also available to buy as Gicleé or canvas prints. 

I have been commissioned regularly over the years. This is a great way of having a painting personalised with members of the family, a familiar place or extra quirky editions – Please email me with your ideas! 

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Illustration

I also work as a freelance illustrator.  I have worked with several Bristol and London based publishers and design houses, including:

  • Alastair Sawday ('Special places to stay')

  • Sustrans (UK cycle network)

  • Sustainable Southville

  • Wiresky

  • Stanford Maps

Recent projects include, working with Wild in Art and Stanford Maps, to create 'Maporilla’, a life-size fibre-glass Gorilla, illustrated with a map of Bristol.

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