As a native Vermonter, Rebecca recently returned to Vermont after 12 years living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Upon returning to Vermont, Rebecca re-created her studio in a converted dairy barn in Chester, VT, and now finds her creativity being nutured by that tranquil setting. Her pieces are primarily made from formed and hammered wire of various gauges, and each piece is handmade to order by the artist. Her work is minimalist in sensibility and draws its strength and definition from its balance, delicacy, and graceful investigation into positive and negative space.
Prior to the launch of her own jewelry line in 2001, Rebecca pursued her study of jewelry design at Penland School of Crafts, The University of Mexico in San Miguel de Allende, and New York University. Rebecca is a member of the Vermont Handcrafters Association and the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, and her work can be found in many galleries and boutiques across the country, as well as various international locations.