Faculty of Design





“The Ramblin' Women re-imagines the stories of the women portrayed in folk ballads of old. By retelling their sometimes subtle, sometimes fatal (yet nonetheless pivotal) moments of agency, these overlooked, foregone women regain their power through this visual tribute. ”

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Rebecca Suzanne Michie is completing her final year at OCAD University, majoring in Illustration with a minor in Printmaking. She is passionate about allegorical expressions of femininity, particularly in ancient folk myth, legend and religion. Exploring themes of sisterhood, patriarchy and ancestral legacy, she works mostly in oil paint and relief print. Through her work she examines folk stories of the past through a modern lens in order to bring forth a unique perspective on the power of femininity and the human experience.
OCAD U - Faculty of Art
Printmaking & Publications
Minor Completed, 2021
OCAD U - Faculty of Design
Major Completed, 2021

Oil Painting Relief Printmaking