Rebecca Jewell is a London-based print-maker and collage artist. Her work is a cross-cultural examination of the human exploitation and veneration of birds. Her intricate drawings of artefacts and bird specimens, and her unique feather collages (she has perfected a technique for printing directly onto feathers) are inspired by material culture and natural history collections in museums. Jewell has a PhD from the Royal College of Art (2004) and is visiting artist in residence in the Oceanic Department of the British Museum.

Jewell has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally. Her work has been purchased by the British Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the British Library and the National Maritime Museum, as well as by many private collectors around the world.


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  • 2019 Rebecca Jewell Solo Exhibition , CATTO Gallery, London
  • 2018 Pop-Up Exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum
  • 2017 London Craft Week, Fortnum and Mason
  • 2016 Migrating Artefacts, British Museum
  • 2016 Migrating Artefacts, Rebecca Hossack Gallery


  • 2004 PhD Natural History Illustration, Royal College of Art
  • 1998 Foundation Art and Design, London Guildhall University
  • 1985 Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge University


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