National Exhibition Of Wildlife Art in the UK

Three of my paintings are in this year’s National Exhibition of Wildlife Art in Wirral, UK.  The show will run through August 2nd, 2015.  Many thanks to my awesome cousin, Stuart, for snapping some photos at the preview opening. :)   The National Exhibition of Wildlife Art is an open […] Read more »

Why Do You Paint Like A Maniac?

detail-fox Fox Painting - Detail View, watercolor on board, ©Rebecca Latham

Fox Painting – Detail View, watercolor on board, ©Rebecca Latham Why do you paint like a maniac? I occasionally get questions like this. Why? Why do you paint like a maniac?  Why put in so much detail? and so on. Sometimes this comes from other artists.  Sometimes from the general […] Read more »

Black Leopard and Notes on Sterling Silver

Black Leopard Commission, ~5"×7", watercolor on board, ©Rebecca Latham

Commissioned Black Leopard in progress, sepia watercolor on board, ~5″x7″, ©Rebecca Latham   Commissioned Black Leopard, watercolor on board, ~5″x7″, ©Rebecca Latham I just put the finishing touches on this little commission of a black leopard.  These leopards always fascinate me by their mysterious look.  Their stunning rich coats so […] Read more »

The Best Advice I Have Ever Received

The best advice I’ve ever received was to, simply put, ‘follow your heart’

image by Abby Lanes via Compfight The best advice I’ve ever received was to, simply put, ‘follow your heart’. You may have heard me, or someone else, mention that phrase here or there. “Follow your heart”.  It’s not uncommon. The more complex version, is that you have your own unique […] Read more »

New Representation – JQ Licensing

  New development this week.. I’m pleased to announce that my artworks (as well as Karen & Bonnie’s works) are now represented by JQ Licensing, one of the most respected brands in the art licensing industry today. Since 1989 the artwork of JQ Licensing has been reproduced on hundreds of unique product types […] Read more »

Goldfinch Social – Sepia

A new small painting I’m working on shown in the sepia stage of painting… Goldfinch Social, 5in x 5.5in, watercolor on board, ©Rebecca Latham Read more »

American Kestrel – Fly By Artists for Conservation Vancouver

The American Kestrel has to be one of my favorite raptors.  Dressed in beautiful rusts, blue, cream and gold, it is always fun to paint.  This painting places a male American Kestrel perched on the side of a large old growth tree.  His eye is caught by the passing Emperor […] Read more »

American Plains Artists 2011 National Show

During one of our trips to an exhibition, we came across these beautiful horses…I immediately knew they would be a painting.  One of the delights in this piece was to be able to use such bold golden tones contrasted with the grass and distant cools in the vegetation behind them. […] Read more »

God Bless America Show

  Whistle Pik Galleries, my gallery representation in Texas, will be putting on a patriotic exhibition for the month of July.  If you are in the area, I hope you can come!  The gallery’s events are always stunning. God Bless America – Red, White & Blue Show July 1, 2011 […] Read more »

Masters in Miniature: Jackson Hole Miniature Show Invitational

Some of my greatest inspiration for my work has come from my stays in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and subsequent visits to Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, and surrounding wilderness.  My trips to the area always bring freshness to my work, whether it is encountering a bull moose only yards […] Read more »