Paintings by Rebecca Campbell.
god these are amazing
the 2nd one remembers me of “Picnik at Hanging Rock”
These are really great…
the first one looks like a pic awesome love the rest 2
efjbfkwjebff. freaking amazing
Whoa, my lord, all of them! The second is absolutely amazing. And the third, creepy and beautiful all at once.
Reminds me of the film ‘The Virgin Suicides’…fantastic film/paintings!
i scrolled down and saw the featured painting and thought, “what a nice photo”, then saw the words “paintings by rebecca campbell”
these are paintings?!??!
The reflection/lighting on the door on the last one made me dizzy.. in a good way.
dear lord!! that last one! amazing!!
excellent work !
Last painting in the set: whoa. Green avocado carpeting AND an apparently windowless dormer room? With a baby? Or is it a toy? Seems to have a bit of a sheen to it… I could write narratives to any of these paintings all day long- incredible work Ms. Campbell. Thank you.
it seems more like an adult woman to me! I mean the person in the last painting, it is amazing!
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sweet, is that second one picnic at hanging rock or alice in wonderland?
The first piece could get very adult in the next scene.
She did a class lecture at Pasadena City College. really inspiring artist, she used a mop to do some of the background for Girls Dressed in White.
WoW! When i saw the first painting i figured it was a photograph. These are great!
love how the grass is kind of swirling around them in the second one..
these paintings are so realistic looking… omg so inpiring! keep up the good work!
I just saw a couple of these at the Utah Art Center this afternoon, then happened to see them at the bottom of another page. What a coincidence.
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