Rebekah Andrade holds a BFA in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Currently, she is completing a Graphic Design certificate, remotely, through Parsons School of Design in New York City.
Through re-imagined environments and composed structures, Rebekah’s work explores the many definitions of the ideal form. Rebekah’s interest lies in our ways of shifting and manipulating concrete and ambiguous elements within our inhabited environments. She draws inspiration from a negotiation process within the methods and boundaries of subject and medium. The neutral space that Rebekah creates in allows the evolution of geometric combinations, application of paint and construction of shapes. Within her minimalistic approach of transitioning layers, ambiguous lines and contrasting palette reside harmonious moments. As she rethinks her surroundings opportunities arise, allowing the work to become expressive, organically responding to both medium and subject matter.
Rebekah Andrade - Oil, acrylic & pencil on paper, 2019, 9” x 12”
Rebekah Andrade - Oil, acrylic & pencil on paper, 2019, 15” x 12”
Rebekah Andrade - Oil-on-canvas, 2018, 40“ x 32”
Rebekah Andrade - Oil on canvas, 2018, 20” x 24”
Rebekah Andrade - Oil on canvas, 2018, 40” x 32”
Rebekah Andrade - Oil on canvas, 2018, 24” x 20”