Rebecca’s work unites Abstract painting with Semi Landscapes. She uses a unique colorful palette to express nature.

Dropping the horizon line makes a landscape abstract.


“I look at a landscape, and reflect on how it makes me feel or where I want the viewer to go emotionally. by using different kinds of brush strokes and bold colors, i can guide the viewer towards emotions.

Dropping the horizon line makes a landscape abstract.

Dropping the horizon line makes a landscape abstract.

Who are women who paint on Mount Washington? What kind of art do they make and stand for? Find out on the Femme Fatale of the North page.

Who are women who paint on Mount Washington? What kind of art do they make and stand for? Find out on the Femme Fatale of the North page.

Small experimental works of snow  Rebecca has been developing a new style and color palette since 2010 after she moved to the mountains of New Hampshire from NYC. Her work is in Local museums, galleries, and collections. She has a serious commitment to the Arts.   -Co founder of the Femme Fatales of the North along with Kristen Pobatschnig    - Curator for the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, NH since 2014    -Commissioned Ten foot Mural in Settler's Green, NH    -Curator for the Rochester Museum of Fine Art, NH    -Teaching modern art in galleries and public school around New Hampshire    -Voted women artist to watch 2017 by, New England Magazine    -TV appearance NH Chronicle March 2017, They Call themselves the Femme Fatales    - One of most written about female artists in the Valley    -Fantastic advocate for grassroots support of the arts.    -Work in Museums and Gallery

Small experimental works of snow

Rebecca has been developing a new style and color palette since 2010 after she moved to the mountains of New Hampshire from NYC. Her work is in Local museums, galleries, and collections. She has a serious commitment to the Arts.

-Co founder of the Femme Fatales of the North along with Kristen Pobatschnig

- Curator for the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, NH since 2014

-Commissioned Ten foot Mural in Settler's Green, NH

-Curator for the Rochester Museum of Fine Art, NH

-Teaching modern art in galleries and public school around New Hampshire

-Voted women artist to watch 2017 by, New England Magazine

-TV appearance NH Chronicle March 2017, They Call themselves the Femme Fatales

- One of most written about female artists in the Valley

-Fantastic advocate for grassroots support of the arts.

-Work in Museums and Gallery