Commissions, Awards, Exhibitions & More
With a proactive career in the art and deign sector for over 25 years, Rebecca’s work has been enjoyed throughout the world.
Working in many spaces and using a multitude of mediums for many public, interior, exterior artworks we showcase this extensive career.
See some of the commissioned artworks that have endowed projects.
Awards & Acquisitions
Acknowledgement for design, artworks and sculpture that attract awards and more.
Helping others and heading or volunteering for creative spaces and organisations.
Art on Cruise Ships
Take a look at the many artworks that have been commissioned on ships.
A list of Rebecca’s involvement in creativity in the early days of her career.
VIDEO: Work in progress in the studio on Launch, a sculpture first included in Reflection at Salisbury cathedral and laterinstalled at Regents Place, London. A film by David Nock
The rural setting and proximity to the sea allowed Rebecca to immerse herself in the natural world that inspires her, from bamboo and water lilies to botanical life cycles and photosynthesis. In nearby Mudeford Bay they were able to test out one of Rebecca’s sea inspired creations in the water at Mudeford spit. Read More.
‘Launch’ represents the energy required to elevate a swan from a static position into the air. Featuring a steel skeleton, silver mirror and recycled glass, the work bristles with energy, movement and light, providing a unique focal point of engagement and reflection for the community of Regent’s Place. Learn More.
Rebecca Newnham works predominately as a sculptor and designer; current work illustrates scientific concepts such as energy transference. Her materials lead approach is informed by an understanding of glass, bronze, concrete, fiberglass, although she specialises in glass. She is a maker and creates her own work with assistants and in collaboration with structural engineers. Sculpture can be static or kinetic, some float or suspend or rotate. Learn More.
Winner of the Sculpture category of the Spotlight 2013 competition. The works for her exhibitionEnergy Principle examine entropy and explore ways in which energy transforms itself but is never destroyed. Developed by Andipa Contemporary and the Royal British Society of Sculptors, Spotlight 2013 provides a valuable platform for emerging and mid-career artists. Learn More.