Bio

Rebecca LeFevre paints bold, abstract acrylics.  Her work is inspired by personal experience, communicated in a language of layered color and texture.   Rebecca’s paintings have been exhibited across New York State.  While painting is her primary form of expression, Rebecca also works in a variety of mediums including clay, and more recently, site specific landscape design. 

 

Rebecca studied at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, then went on to earn a BA in Art History from Rutgers University with an emphasis on Conceptual Art, and a minor in Religion.  Her knowledge of art history and belief systems influences her work: she sees art as historical dialogue and as a method of transmitting nonmaterial concepts into a tangible form.  

 

Rebecca lives and works in Western New York with her husband, Erick, and their four children.

Education 

2000 - 2001

Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia PA

2002 - 2004

Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ

BA Art History

Grants/Awards

2008

Ripple Grant awarded for A Soldier's Anthology, Genesee Orleans Regional Arts Council 

Exhibitions 

Solo

2019

The Owl House, Rochester NY

Group

2019

2019

2018

2018

2017

2008

2005

Members Exhibit, Rochester Contemporary, Rochester NY

Members Exhbit, Hallwalls, Buffalo NY

Members Exhibit, Rochester Contemporary, Rochester NY

National Juried Exhibition, First Street Gallery, New York NY

Curated by Ronnie Landfield 

Members Exhibit, Rochester Contemporary, Rochester NY

Members Exhibit, Rochester Contemporary, Rochester NY

A Soldier's Anthology, GO Art!, Batavia NY

PIECES Gallery, Batavia NY

 © 2019 Rebecca LeFevre

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