rebecca hartley > diamonds to dust

Rebecca Hartley is a Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist.  Her work spans illustration, set design, graphic design and mural painting.  Rebecca is also the progenitor of  Charlie Demornay’s limited edition calendar series, which is hand-drawn each year, and distributed throughout art galleries and book stores.  Rebecca also collaborates with various artists including Berlin based design duo Pandarosa on painted large scale works.

With industry awards, Rebecca graduated from NMIT illustration and RMIT visual art in 2006.  She regularly exhibits her work around Melbourne and during the past four years has run her own design studio in Collingwood.  Her commissioned large scale mural work can be seen in Melbourne’s public spaces including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Forum Theatre and MoVida restaurant.  

Rebecca’s illustration work is fuelled by her eclectic interests.  Borrowing from found imagery, some of her influences include vintage circus graphics, mysticism, ancient civilisations, Ziegfeld follies, religious iconography and tattooed women.  Her work has been described as a product of  unconscious calculations, a hybrid of the pop surrealism movement.

Please enjoy ‘Diamonds to Dust’ by Rebecca Hartley.

All content on this page (and links from this page) remains the intellectual property of Rebecca Hartley and is protected under the Australian Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). No use is permitted without the expressed written consent of Rebecca Hartley. For more information on copyright, please visit http://www.copyright.org.au.

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24 02 2011

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