Rebecca Epp

Color Our World

The next exhibition at Brews is “Color Our World,” a group show featuring the work of more than 50 local artists.
The opening reception is Thursday, April 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. and free to the public.
Brews curator John Rankine, asked participating artists to create a piece of work in any medium that exemplifies the theme of color.
“I just thought it would be cool to fill the walls of Brews with vibrant color for April and May, to celebrate spring. The show runs until the end of May. FACEBOOK EVENT LINK

A few weeks ago I was asked to paint a painting for our favorite local coffee house/bar in town, Brews. Each month or so, one of our town’s most wonderful artists, John Rankine puts together creative and amazing art shows using all of the local talented artists here in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. This was the first time I’d ever shown one of my paintings to the public. I was super nervous but all in all, I am very proud of my painting. I feel honored to have my art up on the walls with many very amazing artists like Hilka West-Irving, (who is my absolute favorite artist in town and now the new owner of Curated), Stella Ipswitchand Leon Willis.












Some of the pictures were by Richard Quick, the local photographer in town.

His images are labeled with his name.


Rebecca Epp is the owner and designer/artist at The Steampunk Buddha and makes custom handmade, Whimsical Steampunk Jewelry and Custom Artwork in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.