Rooster oil painting
Jupiter 
oil on aluminum
15” x 15”
sold
Rooster oil painting
Chicken painting by Rebecca Luncan oil on aluminum representational art
Phoebe
oil on aluminum
15” x 15”
sold
Chicken painting by Rebecca Luncan oil on aluminum representational art
russian orloff chicken oil painting by Rebecca Luncan
Hera
oil on aluminum
15” x 15”
$2800
russian orloff chicken oil painting by Rebecca Luncan
Chicken painting by Rebecca Luncan oil on aluminum representational art
Selene
oil on aluminum
15” x 15”
$2800
Chicken painting by Rebecca Luncan oil on aluminum representational art
painting of a calf in grassy field in the realist tradition by Rebecca Luncan
Reclining Calf (Otto)
oil on aluminum
11" x 14"
$2000 (framed)
Available at Childhood's End Gallery
painting of a calf in grassy field in the realist tradition by Rebecca Luncan
Calf oil painting in the realist tradition by Rebecca Luncan
Cheryl
oil on aluminum
8" x 8"
sold
Calf oil painting in the realist tradition by Rebecca Luncan
Return to the Wild, 30" x 36", oil on aluminum
Return to the Wild
30" x 36"
oil on aluminum
$4800 (framed)
sold
Return to the Wild, 30" x 36", oil on aluminum
A Silent Gathering (Aspen and Hare), 6" x 4", oil on aluminum by Rebecca Luncan
A Silent Gathering (Aspen and Hare)
oil on aluminum
6″ x 4″
$1250 (framed)
Contact Harris Harvey Gallery for Inquiries
A Silent Gathering (Aspen and Hare), 6" x 4", oil on aluminum by Rebecca Luncan
Silkie chicken oil painting by Rebecca Luncan
Vox in Profile
oil on aluminum
10" x 8"
sold
Silkie chicken oil painting by Rebecca Luncan
Portrait of Silkie chicken, Emperor Vox, oil on aluminum, 8" x 8" by Rebecca Luncan
Admiral Vox 
oil on aluminum
8" x 8"
sold
Portrait of Silkie chicken, Emperor Vox, oil on aluminum, 8" x 8" by Rebecca Luncan
pet portrait painting of Pony by Rebecca Luncan
Romeo 
oil on aluminum
8" x 8"
sold
pet portrait painting of Pony by Rebecca Luncan

Into the Country (larger works)

This series is an expansion (both in scale and quanity) of a series of miniatures from my ongoing Monthly Miniature project.

My father was an engineer and around when I was born, he was suffering from a mysterious illness. Doctors weren’t giving him any answers and he decided to move to a small farm where he could walk in his own woods, breathe the fresh air and grow everything he ate organically with his own two hands. When I was five he was finally diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and though it was an ideal place for a little girl to grow up, the farm didn’t help my father get better. My early memories are few but vivid, with joy and sorrow in equal measure. I loved the animals around me (we had goats, rabbits, chickens, horses, cows, a pig, cats, dogs, a parrot, seven bee hives and a pond full of frogs!) and when I was older I helped take care of them.

Now I paint animals, revisiting fond memories of my dad and the wonder of growing up on a small family farm. The subjects for these paintings, come from my mother in law, my sister in law, my own animals, and from friends. My work also draws influences from the language of portraiture from the Northern Renaissance and the Dutch Golden age of painting. I want to demonstrate the emotional sophistication animals can have as well as their dignity. I seek not only the likeness of my subject, but also the beauty particular to them.