Please take the time to visit Rebecca’s website and view some of her beautiful work!
“PAINTING THE FUTURE, BRIGHT & BEAUTIFUL!”
Rebecca Hauschild is a fourth generation Michigan artist, decorator and designer whose prime focus is on transforming, clients’ desires into beautiful creations of color and depth. Rebecca has also created many murals, painted furniture and has done work in the interior design industry as well. Working closely with her clients. Rebecca creates unique pieces of original art that reflect her clients’ lifestyle.
Rebecca has studied fine art throughout her life. She has been involved with the Romeo Art Guild, Meadowbrook Gallery, Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce, Rochester Chamber of Commerce and has taught at the Older Persons Commission in Rochester, Michigan.
She is the mother of two grown children and a proud grandmother.
The loss of my mother when I was a teenager has lead me on a journey in pursuit of expression via art and to develop my art primarily through painting with oils. I created this painting due to her love of cardinals and this transformed quickly almost with a “guiding hand’. I knew then that I was blessed with her wishes for me to continue on this journey into the world of art. My father, who was, in his own right, a talented artist and a modeler in the automotive industry, is where I can trace my artistic talents.
Thank you for taking the time to view my works. Enjoy!
Galleries: Paint Creek Art Center, Rochester MI. www.pccart.org
My medium throughout my works are in oils. Techniques vary from brush work, palette knife and textures, using a variety of cotton and linen canvases, also canvas boards.
I offer custom paintings which can be from your personal photographs, an inspiration, place, momentos…something that captures the moment, a feeling. You can view my commissioned work by clicking here. I have recently experienced plein air painting – painting outdoors in tune with nature – I truly am inspired by the process and plan to expand my artwork in this area. Enjoy!
Rebecca, your work is absolutely beautiful! Welcome to the group.