Rebecca Gabriel holds an MFA degree from the University of Massachusetts. Her work was selected for the Executive Chairman’s office at the NEA, Washington D.C., for for the Haines Grant. “Rebecca Gabriel gives us a potent insight into the inner and outer journey of the artist in critical times. That the journey is one of the woman artist makes the revelation that much more poignant and profound.” – Dr. Jean Houston
by Rebecca Gabriel
Limited edition giclée on canvas
The painting depicts the subject’s moment of realization. The viewer sees the shadow of a winged figure, which appears to be confronting the subject with transformative news. The piece was inspired by The Annunciation theme which courses throughout art history. Here, the figure is nude and perhaps contemporary. She locks eyes with the viewer, as she receives the news with restraint and consummate emotion. The original is oil and egg tempera on canvas.
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