Rebecca Yoxall

On August 29, 2016 by Midge

A selection of work is available as cushions, tote bags and prints.

Rebecca Yoxall is an artist working mainly with mixed media techniques, creating artwork that has many layers of application and subtraction, through which she aims to convey the impermanence of nature and beauty of flowers.

When not teaching her wonderful art students, she can be found in her studio creating artwork for private customers, illustrating children’s books and creating new pieces for prints, bags and cushions ranges.

Working in a variety of media including an unusual ingredient, bleach! Rebecca enjoys the translucency and immediacy of watercolours and inks, allowing for decisive brushstrokes that capture the fleeting beauty of flowers as well as the impasto effects and depth of texture achievable with acrylic.

Rebecca’s passion for florals really began during her Textile Design degree at Manchester Metropolitan where she translated painterly designs onto fabrics using screen printing methods and developed concepts of applying and then subtracting colours.

Working in a variety of media including an unusual ingredient, bleach! Rebecca enjoys the translucency and immediacy of watercolours and inks, allowing for decisive brushstrokes that capture the fleeting beauty of flowers as well as the impasto effects and depth of texture acheivable with acrylic.

As well as permanent weekly classes from her studio in ‘The Orangery’ at Winnington Hall, Northwich. She continues to work to commission on a huge variety of projects across the UK, including illustrations for 5 Children’s stories, for private customers in addition to designing for Artistic Britain homewares company. Most recently canvas prints of Rebecca’s work available through Dunelm Mill.

 

 

Email: rebeccayoxallart@gmail.com

Mobile: 07834709553

Website: www.rebeccayoxallart.co.uk

Social Media Links – Facebook: Rebecca Yoxhall Art   Twitter: @Yoxhallart

Studios Directions & Location:

Heading from Northwich towards Barnton, take the last right turn before Winnington Bridge. Winnington Hall is on the right before the TATA works entrance. Studio is on the first corner of the building with double door entrance

Opening dates & times: September 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th 2016, 10am to 5pm

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