Rebecca Robinson - Wombat Art Print
- Title: Wombat
- 100% archival cotton rag fine art professional print, from an original scratch board artwork
- Includes a 5mm white border for handling during framing (to avoid touching the printed surface)
- Signed by the artist
- Open Edition
- Packaged with cardboard backing board in a biodegradable cellophane bag.
- A percentage of each print sold will be donated to Wombat Conservation
Born in Hamburg Germany, Rebecca Robinson’s initial years were spent on a farm surrounded by country life. Her curiosity and passion for the natural world began when her family moved to Zimbabwe Africa, where she was surrounded by exotic creatures.
Her family then moved to America where she developed a fondness for art. The garage storage shed was christened “The Bug House” and her affections soon grew to include all creatures great & small and services included hospital, rehabilitation centre, luxury resort, behavioural observation & analysis, science lab, museum and art gallery. Tadpoles were released as frogs, caterpillars metamorphosed to butterflies, injured birds returned to the wild and her pencil and ‘artistic eye’ became sharper.
She later sought further education in Australia, graduating from the University of Melbourne, Victoria with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. She then went on to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours in Wildlife Illustration, at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales.
The constant pursuit of following her passions for nature, art & travel have led to a varied and unconventional lifestyle. A decorated professional at ‘wearing many hats’ - natural science illustration, fine art, photography, graphic design, cartography, jewellery, publishing and retail. Her life has certainly never been boring!
She has now settled in Australia’s island state, living and working between Tasmania's beautiful East Coast and Hobart.
Rebecca’s work is driven by a deep connection to and respect for nature. She aims to communicate beauty and complexity as well as spark curiosity to encourage a deeper understanding, and appreciation of the natural world - and ultimately its conservation.
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