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Welkom bij Rebecca Carron (°1968, Gent, België)! Deze kunstenares schildert hedendaagse figuratieve kunst, wat ze zelf graag omschrijft als ‘Fijne kunst met een ruw kantje‘. Emoties, vitaliteit, sfeer, dat is waar het in haar schilderijen om gaat. Ontdek het zelf op de verschillende pagina’s hier. ••• Welcome to Rebecca Carron (°1968, Ghent, Belgium)! This artist paints contemporary figurative art, what she calls ‘Fine art with a rough edge’. Emotions, vitality, atmosphere is what her paintings are about. Look for it yourself by going through the pages.

Wil je haar werk in werkelijkheid leren kennen, ga dan naar een plaats waar er werk van haar tentoon hangt. Onder meer doorlopend enkele grote werken in het NH Hotel Gent Belfort, Hoogpoort 63, Gent. Op de Expo pagina vind je terug waar ze momenteel of binnenkort tentoon stelt. ••• Do you want to get acquainted with her work for real, click on the page Expo and look where she is presently exhibiting, or will be in the near future. Some of her bigger paintings are permantly on view in the NH Hotel Gent Belfort, Hoogpoort 63, Gent.

 

Haar schilderijen willen •  • • •••• levenslust •••• • •  • uitstralen!

Her paintings want to express •  • • •••• zest for life •••• • •  •!

 

Rebecca is lid van ••• Rebecca is member of :

Contemporary Figurative Artist Gallery & Directory.

‘What makes artworks interesting is the precise unnamable sensation particular to a single image. The moods and meanings… creep into our experience without our noticing, sparking directly from the eye to the mood without touching language at all … Something about paints and colors must work on us without conciousness being much involved…’. From ‘What Painting Is’, James Elkins. (with the consent of the author)

 

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