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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted November 11, 2013 | 6:01 PM

I’m working on an exhibition entitled “The Potato Eaters.” Van Gogh’s seminal work and my own Idahoan heritage are at the heart of it. I have just begun this painting inspired by Araki, Manet and vintage family photographs to capture an idea about the bondage and bliss of rural domesticity....

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted October 17, 2013 | 7:31 PM

I’m working on an exhibition entitled “The Potato Eaters.” Van Gogh’s seminal work and my own Idahoan heritage are at the heart of it. This photo is the reference for a large painting. I’m inspired by Araki, Manet and vintage family photographs to capture an idea about the bondage and...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted September 20, 2013 | 4:31 AM

I’m working on an exhibition entitled “The Potato Eaters.” Van Gogh’s seminal work and my own Idahoan heritage are at the heart of it. These photos are references for a large painting. I’m inspired by Araki, Manet and vintage family photographs to capture an idea about the bondage and bliss...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted August 8, 2013 | 11:51 AM

I’m working on an exhibition entitled “The Potato Eaters.” Van Gogh’s seminal work and my own Idahoan heritage are at the heart of the project. This is a detail of a painting. The butterfly will be cast in lead. I’m not interested in painting what the eye sees of the...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(1) Comments | Posted July 15, 2013 | 11:37 AM

I’m working on an exhibition entitled “The Potato Eaters.” Van Gogh’s seminal work and my own Idahoan heritage are at the heart of the project. This photo is of a wall in my studio where I hang studies, maquettes, references and inspiration I work from. I’m grateful to The Pittsburgh...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted June 27, 2013 | 7:17 PM

This painting is from a suite ode to my infant twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in the tradition of the allegorical still life. It allowed me to meditate on loss and celebrate survival through the power and simplicity of observational painting.

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted May 30, 2013 | 12:28 PM

“I breathed through your body,” 2012, 36" x 36,” Oil on Canvas, Image Courtesy of LA Louver.

This painting is from a suite ode to my infant twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in the tradition of the allegorical still life....

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted May 13, 2013 | 6:41 PM

Call Her Green and the Winters Cannot Fade Her,” 2012, 36" x 36,” Oil on Canvas, Image Courtesy of LA Louver.

This painting is from a suite ode to my twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in allegorical still life. It allowed...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(1) Comments | Posted April 18, 2013 | 11:42 AM

This painting is from a suite ode to my twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in allegorical still life. It allowed me to meditate on loss and celebrate survival through the power and simplicity of observational painting. “You're a poem of mystery,...

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Rebecca Campbell on the ImageBlog

(0) Comments | Posted April 2, 2013 | 11:20 AM

This is a photo of my studio while I was making a suite of paintings ode to my infant twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in the tradition of the allegorical still life. It allowed me to meditate on loss and celebrate...

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Art After Death

(9) Comments | Posted January 16, 2013 | 10:35 AM

On January 13, 2012, Josephine Valentine and Andromeda Jane were born at 33 weeks and five days old. Thirty-three weeks isn't very premature these days in the world of prematurity, so I expected they may spend a month in the NICU and then we would welcome them to our chaotic,...

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