Studio visits can be arranged by appointment, to discuss commissioning works, to view a working studio, to purchase and to explore the opportunity for potential collaborations
The phrase ’sleepovers’ was implemented when traffic jam galleries commenced trading over 12 years ago. It seemed only natural that ‘try before you buy’ was an option.
To be able to not only view a piece of art in the surroundings that it may eventually live, but to experience overnight the impact of various stages of light both natural and artificial, assisting in making the decision to acquire clearer.
If the prospective purchaser is Sydney based, they can take advantage of a no obligation, no cost ‘sleepover’.
Alternately, by providing an image of the intended space or wall of the client’s home or office, that is being considered for a new artwork, an image of the work or works can be superimposed on request.
This provides a close indication of how the artwork will look and respond in its proposed environment. A great initiative for interstate and overseas purchasers.
Packing and shipping is free Australia wide. For international freight three comparative quotes can be obtained for the client to select from, or the client may have their own shipper in place.
Rebecca welcomes collaborations of an art, design, curatorial, and charity nature.
Many of Rebecca’s works are created on a commission basis. She relishes the engagement and working collaboratively, whether the brief be open with free reign or dictated by structure.
Rebecca believes the opportunity to be steered out of one’s comfort zone and challenged to create something still grounded in her ‘handwriting’ but not always falling within the expected, only enhances her practice.
Commissions are available in all disciplines – painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography. Site visits where possible assist the project, Rebecca is Sydney based, and travels frequently to Brisbane and Singapore. When the commissions are outside these locations working by Zoom and WhatsApp can adequately suffice. This can provide the necessary context to build the brief and explore all requirements from quote through to progress images, completion and, if required, arranging installation.
Please contact Rebecca for further information.
Each work purchased from Rebecca’s studio or from traffic jam galleries comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Having confirmation of a works existence, history and where it has come from is important when collecting art.
For commercial and insurance purposes it is advised to retain together the Invoice, reflecting ownership, and the Certificate of Authenticity. When passing art down from generation to generation or gifting, having the corresponding documents and records is prudent.
For provenance, it is wise to collect supporting additional information and evidence of a purchased work.
Catalogues, invitations, publications, online and print articles, notification of prizes and awards all support and are evidence that builds the purchased work’s stature and credibility.