MIAMI BEACH, Fla.
- Feb. 24, 2020
-- Abstract artist Rebecca Bond exhibits her work in galleries and art shows throughout the Houston area and South Florida. She is a featured artist in the upcoming Reverie Art Show Great Gatsby Gala taking place on Sunday, February 23rd from 6-10pm at Chapman & Kirby in Houston, Texas. This incredible show supports the Peace of Mind Foundation. Reverie Art Show is a local art show supporting local artists and organizations. Their mission is to give the best experience for both the artists and attendees. It will be a fun night with a variety of art, vendors, dancers and music.
'Meditate and create' is her mantra. "It creates a safe space to explore your creativity. When I close my eyes and settle my mind, I am presented with so many ideas, and the colors are so vibrant and alive. When I finish, I'm compelled to put what I experience onto canvas. Everything I do, I want to reflect my deep devotion of Eastern philosophy and meditation,"
explained Bond. She is inspired from nature, her world travels and meditation.
Rebecca Bond has been creating art in some form since childhood. Pencil art was her original focus, producing works on paper, and she eventually began venturing out trying new mediums. Having dabbled in oil and watercolor, Rebecca began using acrylics and fell in love. From her own words, "I love the flexibility of acrylics. You can work fast and move on to the next project fairly quickly." Rebecca is inspired by artists like Gustav Klimt, Monet, and Van Gogh. "Their work was so vibrant and alive. I feel like I may combine things from all three. Zao Wou-Ki, Georgia O'Keefe, Mark Rothko, Kandinsky are also all big influences."
To learn more about this fascinating artist, for sales, commissions, general inquires or future show information, email uncommonbondart@
gmail.com and visit https://uncommonbondart.com/