Please join us in congratulating Rebecca Horne, for her brightly colored and lively abstract painting on display currently in the Chapin Library Artist Gallery.
About the Artwork
Size: 30 x 10 on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Medium: Mixed Media
Here I go again with the dramatic art! I have a side to me that is very attracted to patterns & order. One reason I make so much fluid art is because the other part of me needs to be free from that. This is me embracing that side. I’m very attached to this piece & it’s the first time it has left my home. I guess you could call it a trial separation! It is, reluctantly, for sale!
Rebecca is a self-taught artist currently working in fluid acrylics, textured acrylics and alcohol ink. She began painting as a child whose father was an artist. She has explored many creative mediums throughout her life such as: watercolors, landscapes, flower and pet portraits in oil. Rebecca discovered fluid art in 2018 and has passionately embraced it as well as textured art as the style of art that evokes and liberates her creative spirit. She feels that this type of art allows her to have full creative freedom when she works. Her work speaks to those who like to interpret art. She enjoys hearing what people see in her art and how a piece can bring out positive emotions in them. She wants people to view her work and feel peace, happiness or energy. Rebecca is featured in Destig Magazine 20 Artists to Collect in 2020.
You can reach Rebecca by clicking HERE.
CCAL Gallery Host:
The gallery is located in a special display cabinet in the Chapin Branch of the Lexington County Library at at 129 N. W. Columbia Avenue and hosts the artwork of one of Crooked Creek Art League's fine artists each month.