Rebecca Croft primarily enjoys painting landscapes in oil as well as acrylics on paper. Her favorite subjects are rolling hills, trees, water, and skies. She especially likes to paint landscapes from places she has traveled. Her interests lay in the nature found around her. She continues to study painting under the direction of other local artists and teachers.
Her work has been exhibited in numerous locations around the Mid-Atlantic: the Elipse Gallery, Cassatt’s Café and Art Gallery, The Gallery at Little Falls, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, the Arlington Free Clinic, Arlington Arts Gallery, the Rehoboth Art League, and other venues sponsored by the Arlington Artist Alliance. You can also find her artwork at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA.
Born an Army Brat, Rebecca has lived in many places in the world but makes her home in Arlington, Virginia with her husband and two children. She has traveled extensively and likes to paint from her photos as well as “Plein Air”.
Rebecca is a member of the Arlington Artist Alliance, The Art League of Alexandria, and the Rehoboth Art League.