Rebekah Webb Fine Art
Rebekah Webb explores the intangible and transitory qualities of life. Drawing from her Southern heritage and experiences growing up on the Gulf Coast, nature and water are ever-present themes in her work. Line work is an essential step in the creative process. It maps out the direction that visually defines an emotional response. Rebekah’s use of lines and layers to capture the fluidity and intuitive feeling in all her compositions.
Drift study is a series that immerses the viewer in the beauty and the fluidity of the mysterious species of jellyfish.
These and other pieces from the "Drift Study" are available at in studio shop and at Anne Irwin Fine Art in Atlanta, Georgia
Motherhood takes on various forms - composed of layers of love, happiness, forgiveness and so on… "I am drawn to the imbalance in these layers, and how they all intertwine to define the maternal bond," according to Rebekah. For the Nest series, bold yet fluid lines represent the balancing act that defines these layers. "I am intrigued by the care and intricacy of what a nest represents - both in nature and in the phases of motherhood."
Mother and Child series - The figurative collages represent the complex nature of the bond between mother and child and the beauty of these simplistic moments of the “embrace.” The works are pieced together showing the same layers of intricacy - much like the entwined nests.
These and other pieces in the "Mother and Child" and "Nest" series are available in the studio and at Lyons Share Gallery in Fairhope, Alabama