Rebecca Mendoza

Ffordd Penmynydd
LL61 5JH

I am passionate about drawing and work only in dry media. My work focuses on figurative representation. My preoccupation currently is with the exploration of the essence and substance of diverse materials and the qualities of light, air and translucence innate in everyday life.
My work often contains representations of human intervention in landscape – electricity cables, phone wires, plane trails and headlights – interventions that are so ubiquitous and familiar they have become an integral feature of the contemporary landscape.
I recently moved back to North Wales, having been brought up in Bangor, and am in the process of setting up my studio where I can work and teach.

I initially studied Fine Art and then went on to study Architectural / Stained Glass at Central St Martins School of Art. I subsequently gained a Certificate of Education and then an MA in ‘The Theory and Practice of Public Art and Design’ from Chelsea School of Art and later gained a 2nd MA in ‘Glass’, from Sunderland University. I also undertook three years study in representational art at Hatahana School of Figurative Art in Tel Aviv.

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