Figurative but unrealistic; heartwarming yet melancholic, child-like and grown up: these seemingly contrasting ideas embody the illustrations of Rebecca Green. Woking in both acrylic and oil paint on wood panel, she layers and glazes her paint in the muted tones of a vintage picture book. Her use of type, pattern and muted colors points to children's illustration, yet the subject matter is decidedly grown up. She tackles themes of childhood, death, and the vast universe in which we exist, breaking them into recognizable moments.
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