But Rebecca is not a one talent girl--she can also paint. Although not professionally trained in art, she has the natural sense that few people have--when they are very very talented in one art, and can translate that good taste to other arts without the usual learning curve that you and I are forced, by our non-talented nature, to follow. That being said, let's see some of her work.
It will soon be time for Morning Glories, which are about the only natural blue blossoms. The stems of these are formed into a heart which gives it a Victorian flavor. The delicate Royal Blue and Blue Diamond Shading of the petals and ribbons makes this a must have for people who like blue.
This is an update. Rebecca continues her pursuit of new experiences with Gallery Glass. After a year of just painting--she has single handedly leaded the majority of the 200 plus projects that we need for a Youth event at church. Now, she can create her own designs with ease and speed. What a tribute to her tenacity and determination to learn the fundamental technique that opens up a whole new world of possibilities with glass crafting. We can't wait to see her next project. I have a feeling it's going to be a heavenly pursuit (we're working on an angel design).
But even though leading has been her priority, she did not quit painting. Here are two of her latest projects.
Good work, Rebecca.