Born in Lancashire, Rebecca studied Fine Art at Oxford and Newcastle Universities before becoming a professional artist specialising in printmaking. She is the founder of Horsley Printmakers, a printmaking studio in Northumberland. Her etchings and monotypes of the North-East landscape have deep, glowing colours and delicate textures. She uses a wide range of hand-printed marks to convey the patterns of fields, hills and hedgerows. In Rebecca’s hands, the landscape undergoes a stylisation process that clarifies the pattern of fields and hedgerows into an almost abstract pattern of intersecting shapes. Add in strong colours and a variety of interesting textures and you have her distinctive landscape style.