Here is the lovely Anna, 3rd year Journalism student, wearing a wine red sleeveless dress with black collar detail, studded black skinny belt and brown oxfords. Love it!
Here’s another oil painting (18×24) I completed not that long ago, originally based off of a friend’s request and photo here: https://a.gfx.ms//pdf_57.png
I ended up naming it “Who’s Going to Save the World?” because I firmly believe that education can solve the majority of the major issues in the world right now. It is so important, and so often overlooked!
Sorry for the watermark everyone!
Absolutely gorgeous day with the lovely Sydney! Out in Alberta’s canola fields for the shoot, it couldn’t have been better.
When I get older, I will be stronger, they’ll call me freedom, just like a waving flag–K’naan
This painting is the first I had ever done in oil and was my first complete painting. It was inspired by the lyrics to that song and this image here: http://senweb.lr.k12.nj.us/Library/class%20projects/Stapleford/Children45/AfricanChildren.jpg
It’s very sentimental, I hope you enjoy
A lovely day with a lovely lady!
Some photos from a shoot with the wonderful Alex.
I have always fiercely admired Audrey Hepburn. Breakfast at Tiffany’s, anyone? She just has a timeless grace and style to her that is so beautiful. I’ve always wanted to do a portrait of her, and so I decided to make my portrait in a mock style of Andy Warhol’s screen printing. I love his use of simplicity and colour to deliver a powerful portrait. So here it is, a different take on Audrey Hepburn:
Welcome to my blog! My name is Rebecca Hay and I am a Canadian artist and photographer. I specialize as a wedding photographer, event photographer, portrait photographer, and photojournalist. If you are looking for a photographer for an event, please contact me. Details are on my About page.
I also love painting and sketching! For all of my work, I like to focus on people and the human connection. I hope when you see my work you feel connected and empathetic with people in some small way.
So stay tuned, and thank you for stopping by!