Rebecca Hinson Art Blog

Blog of the lowcountry artist Rebecca Hinson.

Girls Weekend and Equestrian Art

in Art Exhibits & Events, New Artwork .

What's better than playing with ponies? Playing with ponies with friends! A few weekends ago I was in Ocala, Florida celebrating the upcoming wedding of my bestie, Ashley Cline, owner of Her family has a horse farm there so a bunch of us girls met for some rest/relaxation surrounded by green pastures, ponies, and a bunch of other furry friends. I was in heaven! We played with chickens (yes, chickens), laid by the pool, and had a photoshoot dressed in a our best derbyesque attire. New York City milliner, Christine A. Moore, sent Ashley some gorgeous hats and Ash's mom, Ka..


Hello Spring 2017

in New Artwork, Artwork in Progress .

Hello there spring! I have missed you, as always. 80 degree weather has been much anticipated and I couldn't be happy. Almost as happy as the ladies in this illustration. I could go for some Italian veranda time right about now. Honestly, I would settle for just about any veranda I suppose. As long as there are some healthy gluten free vegan treats and fresh fruit around I'm a happy girl.  This spring is proving to be a busy one. I have a lot of commissions that I'm finishing up as well as new ones on the schedule. Most exciting is that I've started a new series! It's been a while sinc..


The Holidays are Here

in New Artwork .

So, hello blog. And happy December! It's been a while. I've been on quite a bit of a hiatus but for good reason. I'm still working on that blog post now and will add soon. I promise. On another note, can we talk about the fact that Thanksgiving is now over and we are moving on to the next holoiday?! I know I'm not the only who can't believe that Christmas is LESS than 4 weeks away. This happens every year...October and November fly by and before you know it, it's the most magical (and a tad bit stressful) time of the year. I did some studio organizing recently and found some pieces that ..


Columbia Airport Art Exhibit Year 2

in Art Exhibits & Events .

So it happened again! I am pleased to say I was chosen for the second year in a row as one of the "Peoples Choice" artists at the Columbia Museum of Art Contemparies Art Gala. While the gala actually happened a few months ago, I'm writing about it now because we just set up the exhibit in the Columbia Metropolitan Airport which came along with being chosen as a fan favorite or top seller at the event. I am so honored to have been chosen again and have this opportunity! Thanks Columbia Contemporaries' and obviously the people who voted for my work!  Derek and I headed to the Capitol Cit..


Charleston Cup 2015

in New Artwork .

Another year of the Charleston Cup has come and gone and this year was certainly one for the books. A little rain, cold, and mud couldn't get us down! Well, maybe a tiny bit...I was freezing! No, seriously. My lips turned blue at one point. Granted I am the most cold natured person on the planet but still...Pants would have been a good idea but beauty is pain, right?  This year I was commissioned by the awesome peps at Snyder Events to illustrate a scene from the Cup of which would grace the back of this years tshirts. They had the vision, I just brought it to life. Below are some pics..


Wedding Season in Charleston

in New Artwork .

Is there really a "wedding season" in Charleston these days? Perhaps there are some months that there are more weddings, but it seems people flock here year round to tie the knot. Either way I like it! Especially since I was one of those knot tieing lovebirds. It's been three weeks since that magical day that I married my best friend and it still feels weird to say "my husband." I suppose that will sound strange for a while. I feel so adult-like. Anyways, I digress about my own nuptials. Here are a few of my favorite recent wedding illustrations...not necessarily from Charleston but wedding no..

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