Rebecca Green from Michigan, United States, makes such beautiful illustrations. They often feature cute girls with glasses, but also animals and nature, as she’s fond of all these. She lets us have a peek at how she works and lives.
Hello! My name is Rebecca Green, but you can call me Becca.
I illustrate, paint, dabble in miniature sculptures, hand draw typography, and make a mean batch of banana cookies.
The first time my work was published, I was in kindergarten, and my underwater mermaid drawing was printed in the school newspaper. The treasure chest, the fish, the seashell bra – all details my teacher praised. From then on, I knew I wanted to be an artist. I paint people and animals primarily, but also buildings and cities and cakes.
Most of the time, I paint with acrylic on wood, but I also like to experiment with watercolor, cut paper, and pencil. Currently, I am going through a party hat phase.
I am thrilled to have been invited to blog as a guest for Flow! This month, I’ll be talking about process, workspaces, and future endeavors. Until then, find something you love and share it with a friend! If you’d like to see more work before next week, visit me at www.myblankpaper.com.
See you next week!