Rebecca Hiscocks

Rebecca Hiscocks is inspired by the uncanny and the macabre. Her intricate compositions reflect her fascination of anatomy and the inner workings of both man and animal. Pieces are enhanced and complemented by her interest in faith, belief and superstition – as well as a wonder of the decorative and ornate.

Images are constructed with a muted or monochrome palette reflecting iconographic compositions and cultish symbols. Her detailed work reveals a beauty in subjects that might otherwise be viewed as unsettling.

Rebecca has worked as a Drawing and Illustration Lecturer since 2000.

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2010 - 2011 MA Visual Arts, Illustration, University of the Arts, London

2000 - 2001 PGCE Art and Design, University of the West of England, Bristol

1994 - 1997 BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Wolverhampton, West Midlands


2013 Winter Shop, Antlers Gallery, Bristol

2012 Wunderkabinett, Store Street Gallery, London

2012 Miracles and Charms, Wellcome Collection, London

2011 Specimen at the Dead Dolls Club, London

2011 CCW MA Show, London

2011 Diesel Flagship Stores, London

2011 Curio Collective at East Gallery, London


2013 Buy Art Fair, Antlers Gallery, Manchester

2012 AAF Bristol, Antlers Gallery, Bristol


Fig II
Pen and Ink on Paper
30 x 42 cm

Fig IV
Pen and Ink on Paper
30 x 42 cm

Hearts and Flowers
Pen and Ink on Paper
30 x 42 cm

Cell of Skulls
Pen and Ink on Paper
30 x 42 cm

Thorax XIX
Pen and Ink on Paper

Bird Brain
55 x 64 cm

St Barts
Giclee print (edition of 25)
42 x 60 cm

Solar Plate Etching
28.5 x 37.5 cm

Hearts and Flowers II
Pen and Ink on Paper – 30 x 42 cm
£200 (unframed)
£295 (framed)

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Editions by Rebecca Hiscocks

    St Bart’s Dentistry Piece

    Momento Mori

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Artist Interview: Rebecca Hiscocks

Rebecca Hiscocks produces intricate drawings using a layered, almost collage like process of composition. Using a pen instead of a scalpel, she explores the innerworkings of both the human and animal body. Her detailed work reveals the beauty in what …

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