April 4, 2018

Traditional vs. Digital

Watercolour Painting, Digital Art or both?

Rebecca Christian is a Crosby based wildlife inspired illustrator & designer, with a passion for nature, she loves to apply her artwork to gift, fashion & home ware items. Product range currently includes: greeting cards, art prints, jewellery & scarves. With a degree in Scientific Illustration and a career of working in the education sector for Liverpool University, The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine & St Helens Council as a web designer/ graphic designer.
In 2016 Rebecca decided to follow her true passion of being an illustrator after going on a business accelerator program with The Liverpool Chamber of Commerce – Spark Up.
Rebecca enjoys commissioned work and has a particular skill for medical/ anatomical illustration. Recently completing a range of medical illustrations for Salford Royal Hospital. *medical illustration

Traditional vs. Digital

With  a keen eye for photography of local, flora, fauna & wildlife. Rebecca is also inspired by the beautiful surroundings of the nature reserves and stunning Sefton coastline.

The recently digitally illustrated poppy was created from photographic reference taken whilst on a family holiday at the Eden Project. The centre of the poppy shows soldiers standing to attention. *Poppy on Black was  displayed at First Canadian Place for veterans week in Canada.

Rebecca loves to combine both watercolour painting and digital art which has resulted in a range of quirky greeting cards. *Frisky Feline Card Range

Is traditional better than digital? The decision is yours! Which do you prefer?

Rebecca currently sells through Etsy, local independent gift shops and galleries and is looking to grow professional contacts and business.

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