Author: Rebecca

Sepia Raptors This Week

Several new large paintings (30in x 40in) are on my drafting table this week in sepia watercolor stage.  This is a striking Saker-Gyr that I was able to see while up in Ontario earlier this year visiting Falconers and Raptor Sanctuaries in the Toronto area.  Thank you to Falconer Steven for giving me the opportunity […]

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Beginning Paintings for the Latham Show in NC

With the upcoming feature exhibition in North Carolina this Fall at Seaside Art Gallery, I’m in the process of planning out quite a few paintings for my part of the collection (Karen and Bonnie will be showing as well).  I am so looking forward to returning to the OBX.  This painting of a pair of […]

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Current Studio Work

I’m a little behind in posting here.  ..and I’ve noted that my behind the scenes, so far, have only addressed the fieldwork side of things (which, honestly, is my favorite part.. and I will be updating on recent visits to Florida and Ontario seeing wildlife when I can :) ). So, here is a snapshot […]

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Montana Views

Back in the studio after a little adventure out West in search of some fresh painting reference, animals and habitats, and I thought I’d share with all of you..  It’s been so long since I’d seen the mountains – one thing we unfortunately don’t have in Minnesota.  They were breathtaking (and make me sort of wish I […]

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Snaps from Florida

Earlier this year we took a trip to Florida to find some fresh painting references – primarily birds.  Accidentally flipping through some of these landscape shots on my phone (shot with Google Glass and otherwise), I realized that I had forgotten to post them here.  ..so, a slightly late mostly beachy photo album.  Enjoy.

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Around Minnesota

We haven’t quite gotten rid of our snow in Minnesota, and we’ve had a couple of new installments of the white stuff recently, but there are a few signs of spring.. including some open water in our lakes.  Posted below is an album of snapshots from a trek to Lake Pepin on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border where we were […]

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7 Most Valuable Lessons of 2014

It seems like 2014 just began. Now in a matter of hours we are all about to say our farewells and welcome the coming year.  Not surprising, since I know many others do it as well, I usually spend a few weeks reflecting as things wind down – a yearly review if you will.  So here is an […]

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Throwing Paint and Playing with Glass

A while back, this spring, I asked what all of my supporters surfing the social networks were interested in when hearing from an artist.  Overall, it seems that more than anything it’s to stand in my shoes for a bit.  (..and get into my head)   So, to begin seeing what I can do about that, […]

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Where have you been?

It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things. –Leonardo da Vinci Normally, I have a post every week over at my painting blog, but recently I’ve been AWOL over there.  So, unfortunately, I seem to […]

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Painting and Eye Strain

Being that I chose the visual arts as a career, I have been lucky to have 20/20 vision, especially considering l had risks of being blind from complications when was born. Needless to say I’d have had to find another line of work. This Spring in the thick of deadline season, however, I’ve been having […]

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