|Name of Artist||Rebecca Potts|
|Artistic Styles||Abstract, Conceptual Art|
|Subject Areas||Animal/Wildlife, Floral, Landscape|
|Art Media||Acrylic paint, Colored pencil, Conte crayon, Gesso, Goache, Graphite pencil, Ink, Latex paint, Marker, Oil paint, Tempera, Watercolour|
|Artist's Website||Rebecca Potts: Arrrrrrrt|
|Rebecca Potts received her M.F.A. in Visual Arts from Washington University in St. Louis and her B.A. in Geography and Studio Art from Middlebury College in Vermont. She studied printmaking, painting, photography, wilderness issues, and Australian aboriginal art at the University of Tasmania Centre for the Arts.
Her work has been exhibited in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Georgia, Missouri, Montana, and Australia. She won the Middlebury College Committee on Art in Public Places award in 2004 and has work in the Middlebury College collection. Potts has coordinated community murals in Vermont and New Jersey and curated an exhibit entitled “Science Makes Art” at Middlebury College.
Potts worked as an environmental community organizer in Camden NJ, helped start a small public school in Brooklyn NY, and campaigned for clean energy in Vermont. She is currently the Visual Arts Editor for www.ClimateChangeEducation.org. She was born in Western Montana and now lives in Los Angeles, California.
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