There’s going to be a definite interiors vibe to my blog over the next few months as, with planning permission finally given, we’re about to embark on the hard graft of detailed drawings, costings, commissioning and buying, with a view to finalising a booked start date early next year for our house project.
Exciting … and scary.
Rebecca Mason is a UK based artist using light to convey the darkness within human life, existence and emotion. Her work has been described as an extraordinary mix of truth and beauty through which she is able to engage her audience with brutal observations about life, love, money and culture with her honest, and often humorous, interpretation of the modern world.
Neon, with its seedy connotations and consumerist lure, is the brush she uses to create a gritty and simultaneously delicate world. Drawing inspiration from the exciting, chaotic playground of London, her life experiences, mistakes and feelings and particularly from the events of the wider world and politics, her work focuses on day to day human existence. It encompasses themes of inequality, fear, misinformation, disinformation, imperfection, prejudice, blame, judgment, assumptions, truth, acceptance, power, control, chaos and wilful oblivion…
There is so much more to see and read, click on any of the links in this blog posting, and I’ve included a few images of Rebecca’s art, for example … ‘the dream?’, above, or ‘gone rogue‘, below, would fit brilliantly into my home.
It’s art that begs the question: whose home wouldn’t be improved by the fluorescent glow of some ultra-cool neon lighting?
I shall be filing Rebecca’s details for future reference as I have the perfect neon-fabulous position in mind for my new interior space.
If you would like to see and read more, do click straight across to: Rebecca Mason
In fact, while you’re exploring, another site worth your time is sentientroom.com, an online gallery set up by Rebecca Mason, showing work by her and up to forty other artists.
Hope you have fun exploring both. I did.