Rebecca Clark is an American artist whose quietly detailed pencil drawings reflect the sacredness of nature and the interconnectedness of all living things. Growing up immersed in the natural world, her exploration of the woods and creeks along the Chesapeake Bay forged a bond with plants and animals and laid the foundation for a visual vocabulary she would tap into many years later. Rebecca received a BA in Art History from Swarthmore College and studied painting and drawing at the Maryland Institute College of Art and at the Corcoran College of Art + Design.
She has exhibited in numerous venues and temporary spaces including the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC; Arlington Arts Center, VA; The Arsenal in Central Park, New York, NY; Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD; Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA; The Old Sorting Office, London, UK; and in crypts, on billboards, and by projection onto the canyons of Yellowstone National Park, WY.
Her work has been featured in publications such as: Works & Conversations, Orion Magazine, Dark Mountain, Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine, Where the Leaves Fall Magazine, EarthLines, Elementum Journal and The Learned Pig and was selected for the award-winning INDA 8, Manifest Gallery’s 2014 International Drawing Annual.