Hello! Nice to meet you!
I'm Rebecca of Rebecca Ink., LLC. I am an artist, wife, mom, small business owner, fabric and graphic designer, curator, mandala dot painter, tutorial creator... I am creating joy through art and creative encouragement. My mission is to bring art to every home and every person.
I have interest in just about everything! I have a background in fine art. My main form of art is drawing. I enjoy creating with pen and ink, watercolor and paint. Typically I draw animals, but I also love creating ornaments and mandala stones.
My process is simple. Pen to paper and go!
CURATOR OF HIGHLINE COFFEE ART SPACE
I became the curator of the Highline Coffee Art Space in January of 2021. It is an absolute joy to meet new artist and display their work. I am learning so much about what goes on behind the scenes and I am getting to know the artists and how they work. How cool is that?
I'm sharing my tips & secrets so you can create amazing drawings!
A product of the pandemic, my drawing tutorials have reached thousands of people and hopefully helped fill some time, alleviate some stress, made you laugh and learn a bit too! They are great for all ages and skill levels. I've received so many pictures of peoples drawings and had such positive feedback. Who knew I would enjoy creating them so much! I truly love the interaction with people over their creative endeavors.
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100 DAY PROJECT
I started doing the 100 Day Project in February of 2021. My goal was to learn how to illustrate with watercolor. The idea was to explore new ideas and mediums in a very free and relaxed way without pressure to sell the final pieces. I ended up loving it and created pieces I am excited to sell. I will be displaying them at Highline Coffee Art Space in November of 2021.
BEYOND 100 DAYS!
I enjoyed the 100 Day Project so much I decided to continue with a series called Beyond 100 Days.
Taking inspiration from
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's collars, I create intricate painted stones.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an inspiration. She spent her life fighting for equality for all people, not just women. She worked tirelessly to create a strong community and bring people together of all different beliefs. She was a uniter. She was a trail blazer. She was amazing!
I was incredibly saddened by her death. To honor her I painted a stone... which led to people commissioning stones. Which led me to painting tons of stones! I have been thrilled to see how beloved she was.
Each stone is hand made, intricately painted and unique. They come with an Artist Statement and to carry on in Ruth's footsteps a donation is made with each stone purchase to the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research or the Mid-Ohio Foodbank.
"To make life a little better for people less fortunate than you, that's what I think a meaningful life is. One lives not just for oneself but for one's community."
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Highline Coffee Art Space
November - December 2022
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