NEW EXHIBITION

Post #14 – on 19/01/2018 Rebecca wrote: Happy New Year everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday break. Here’s my first blog post of 2018! My new works will be included in traffic jam galleries upcoming thematic exhibition titled ‘The Beach’ Opening 31st of January and runs until February 21st. I have been creating more textured beach scenes … Read More

NEW EXHIBITION

Post #13 – on 06/12/2017 Rebecca wrote:   Rebecca here, exciting news- a number of my works are now on Sale at Traffic jam Galleries for a limited time only! Please see here my catalogue, contact the gallery for details. I have been busy, having a great time creating lots of new works including new impasto beach scenes where I … Read More

NEW EXHIBITION

Post #12 – on 30/08/2017 Jess wrote: Thanks for the great feedback and reviews about Rebecca’s Pierce’s newest exhibition ‘The Simple Life’. Lynne Lancaster spoke about the work in her recent review for Sydney Arts Guide “There are some wonderful abstract multi textured, rather large,  swirling canvases painted with many layers of mirror resin, some also including straw attached, which … Read More

HAPPY NEWS

Post #11 – on 26/05/2016 Clio wrote: Congratulations to Rebecca for being the recipient of a number of acknowledgements of her artwork in recent Art Awards and Prizes. In the 2016 Hunters Hill Art Prize, Rebecca was acknowledged for two of her artworks. The annual award is New South Wales’ longest continuous running Art Exhibition since 1955, which is now … Read More

OPENING NIGHT WAS A BUZZ

Post #10 – on 15/03/2016 Clio wrote: Rebecca’s latest exhibition ‘Split Persona – Poles Apart’, opened last Thursday the 3rd of March, alongside Jenny Green’s sculptural exhibition. With a great turn out that filled traffic jam galleries in Neutral Bay, a big THANK YOU to all those that came on the night! A new exploration of Impasto inspired the genesis of the ‘Toolbox’ series. Rebecca  has … Read More

THE RETURN OF IMPASTO

Post #9 – on 03/11/2015 Clio wrote: A much loved series that made us all want to ‘EAT our Art’  is back! Rebecca began experimenting with impasto over 14 years ago. This developed into a series that has seen works that have featured in exhibitions in Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. (You can see a selection of older and more … Read More

‘THE HAPPY POINT’ EXHIBITION

Post #8 – on 09/10/2015 Clio wrote: Rebecca’s most recent Exhibition, The Happy Point, was warmly welcomed on the Saturday Opening on the 26th of September with a beautiful summery day. Thank you to all those who came to view the new works and meet Rebecca! In Lynne Lancaster’s review of the exhibition on Sydney Arts Guide, she wrote about Rebecca’s … Read More

SELECTED FINALIST FOR PIRTEK STILL LIFE PRIZE

Post #7 – on 29/07/2015 Clio wrote: Congratulations Rebecca! Her artwork MISSING YOU TOO is a finalist for the Pirtek Still Life Prize. This annual exhibition is held at Bowral Art Gallery, and this year is judged by one of Australia’s leading artists, Tim Storrier. The Exhibition runs until this Sunday, the 2nd of August, if you have a chance … Read More

‘SOLID ROCK’ EXHIBITION

Post #3 – on 21/02/2015 Clio wrote: Rebecca has received editorial covering her new body of work in the ‘SOLID ROCK’ Exhibition, the article featured in The Mosman Daily (printed version) and The Telegraph (online). Click here to view. The article brings to light Rebecca’s use of sex toys in her exploration of photography inspired by her artistic expedition to … Read More

FIRST EXHIBITION FOR 2015

Post #2 – on 27/01/15 Clio wrote: We are just finalising preparations for the opening of Rebecca’s ‘Solid Rock’ Exhibition, a thematic exhibition inspired by a recent artistic expedition to the Glass House Mountains with two other artists towards the end of 2014. In this new body of work, Rebecca has further explored her ‘Getting A Head’ series as well … Read More

NEW WEBSITE AND WRAP UP OF 2014

art, painting, rebecca in studio

Introducing Rebecca Pierce’s new website and News blog… My name is Clio. Having worked closely with Rebecca since 2011, I have been warmly welcomed into her family, personal and work life and I couldn’t be more grateful. You will find the two of us in Rebecca’s subterranean studio, collaborating over devious plans (or more often conversing on random topics). This … Read More