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At 11:28am on January 22, 2012, Ann Davis said…

Wow, I love it!!!!!!

At 9:51am on January 20, 2012, Emily Cobb said…

Rebecca,

I was so excited to see you listed as a featured artist!  Way to go.  Everyone at Tyler says hello and congrats.

-Emily

At 9:19am on January 20, 2012, Greg Sims said…

Hi Rebecca, Happy to see your work featured. Congrats! Greg

At 6:37am on December 9, 2010, Laura GC said…
Your work is amazing!! Thanks for friending
At 4:23pm on September 22, 2010, Dawn Blair said…
These pieces you are making using the 3-D printing and classical subjects are remarkably elegant. I have seen only a few artist's work who are using this method. The eye opener for me is how you have made these pieces perfectly imitate the materials that would have been traditionally used. They really look like carved gemstones to me. Then seeing a neck piece done this way... my mind very briefly thinks, "My goodness that must weigh a ton". This is very interesting and beautiful work.
Cheers, Dawn
At 12:30pm on September 6, 2010, nisa blackmon said…
Rebecca, your work is stunning! I love the reference to cameos & intaglios, but there's also a really strong evocation of Lalique's figures and aesthetic. The combination of the historical influences and the ultramodern 3D printing is fascinating -- love it, love it!
best,
nisa blackmon
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Object Series 1, 2, 3

Porcelain, slipcast and altered with terra sigillata, rubber.
8” x 8” x 8”, 12” x 8” x 8”, 8” x 8” x 10
2013

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