Using re-imagined environments and composed structures, Rebekah Andrade’s work explores notions of objective and subjective realities. Within layers of geometric combinations, contrasting palettes, and recurring forms are abstractions representing psychological states and physical surroundings. Through her creative process, a visual language has emerged that drives Andrade’s practice, challenging perceptions and beliefs within our internal and external environments. Rebekah Andrade holds a BFA in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Currently, she is studying graphic design through Parsons School of Design in New York and recently completed a residency at Otis College of Art in Los Angeles. Her work has been shown in Canada, the United States, and Chile, and has been reviewed by Edeltraut and The Gathered Gallery. Andrade's work was recently featured in the Fall 2020 edition of New American Painting.