Well, i’m not sure if anyone is making my Meatless Monday falafel, but I did receive quite a few emails regarding the plates in the photos. It’s my pleasure to share the information about artist Rebecca Rebouche.
The plates are part of a collection the artist designed for Anthropologie. I loved my Monday plate in particular, Wandering Wood Duck, because I knew I would use it for my Meatless Monday posts. What a terrific surprise I got visiting her web site.
Aside from being totally adorable!, Rebecca hails from a small bayou town in Louisiana and flora and fauna have always been a deep source of inspiration. Leafing through her portfolio is like stepping into a dream world. Her two collections a year for Anthropologie are just a tiny portion of all she has to offer. She maintains a showroom in New Orleans and sells other work from her etsy shop.
Rebecca accepts a limited number of commissions for Family Tree paintings each year. I have a new piece added to my wish list-what a beautiful family heirloom to treasure.
Her current show, The Unlikely Naturalist recently opened in Covington, LA at the Tripolo Gallery.
How much more I will enjoy using my plate, now that I have met the artist behind the brush. So thank you dear readers for asking!
Photo credit: all photos except top one are via Rebecca Rebouche.
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