Rebecca A. Clark was born an artist.From a very early age she was
immersed in her creativity.Her family heritage extends back through a long lineage of sculptors, architects,
painters, inventors, musical conductors, writers and explorers.
In 1981, at the age 17, Rebecca moved to New
York City, from Lake Oswego, Oregon,
to pursue a career in fine art at the Parsons School of Design.One month after she arrived, she
began her professional artistic career assisting the renowned illustrator Antonio Lopez.At age 18, Rebecca
was hired by the famed designer Halston, and began working directly with him as a fashion designer and illustrator.
Subsequently, she was discovered by the Ford Models agency and traveled around
the world as a top international fashion model.Rebecca is highly experienced in working with major media,
including international publications such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Elle, The New York Times and Glamour, as well as
in television, fashion shows and advertising campaigns such as Revlon’s “ The most Unforgettable Women in the
In 1991, Rebecca left a prestigious modeling career to return to her artistic origins.Since then she has specialized in figurative bronze sculptures and oil paintings.She has created
bronze works as large as 18 feet tall and weighing three tons.
Rebecca’s early career successes paved the way for her current vision
In October 2001, she returned to the West Coast to bring her new vision to life.Rebecca is now primarily focused on creating bronze sculptures
that depict the human form with a variety of sensual and classical themes.She continues to produce works at the highest level of excellence in beauty, quality, and concept.
Edition Limit: 500
Cast In Bronze
Returns Only if Damaged
PRODUCTION TIME: Order will be placed with foundry at time of winning bid but
may take up to five week for delivery.
ESTIMATED APPRAISAL VALUE: $17800
Foundry Price: $2000
Half of asking price benefits Leeward Space Foundation, Inc. and is the tax exempt
This site dedicated to the late Charles K. "Prof" Ewing who had
a way of bringing the best out in his students.
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