About the Artist

Artist Rebecca M. Fullerton, sketching en plein air at Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. Award winning fine artist Rebecca M. Fullerton paints landscapes of the Northeast. Her work is in private collections across the United States.

Rebecca M. Fullerton has a passion for the forests and mountains of New England. When not painting the region's wild scenery in her studio or en plein air, she is likely hiking, running on a trail, or out on a lake or river in a kayak. The grandeur of alpine summits, the intricacy of intertwining limbs in the deep woods, and sparkle of rushing water down a mountain stream inspire and inform her painting process. 

Within her practice, Fullerton specialize in landscape painting in the realist and impressionist traditions. She has been painting in oils and watercolors for over twenty-five years. Her focus is landscape painting in the mountains of New England, particularly in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Maine. Each year she hikes in the backcountry, taking in the dramatic scenery of the wilderness, sketching, painting, and taking photographs for later use. She is always trying to capture the special atmosphere unique to this area with its changeable weather, steep trails, and limitless views as a way to promote the unique and fragile beauty of places that deserve conservation.

Fullerton's home is in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. Originally from Vermont, she grew up in southern New Hampshire. After a long spell of living in Boston, she returned to the Granite State in 2018 to pursue her career as an Archivist and to live among the mountains she aspires to capture ever more authentically in paint. Fullerton holds a Bachelor's degree in Studio Art and Art History from Hartwick College, as well as a Master's degree in Museum Studies from the Harvard Extension School. 

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Visit the following galleries for more of my work:

WREN Local Works, 2011 Main Street, Bethlehem, New Hampshire

Jackson Art Studio & Gallery, 155 Ridge Road, Jackson, NH

2010 MA, Museum Studies, Harvard Extension School, Cambridge, MA
2001 BA, Studio Art & Art History, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, Magna cum laude

WREN: Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network, Board of Directors, 2021-present

2022 American Contemporary Art Awards

Solo Shows

2024 Paintings at the Pope Memorial Library, North Conway, NH

2023 Paintings at the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Conservation Center, Concord, NH

2021 Paintings at the Libby Museum of Natural History, Wolfeboro, NH

2019  "Summits and Sojourns," The Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH

2017 Natick Community Senior Center, Natick, MA

Group Shows
2024 Drawing Outside the Lines, The Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH

2023 "A Dream of the Hills," The Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH2

023 11th Annual Green Mountain Watercolor Exhibition, Red Barn Galleries at Lareau Farm, Waitsfield, VT

2023 Small Members Group Show, Bryan Memorial Gallery, VT
2023 Fakes and Forgeries, Spring Bull Gallery, RI
2022 Selections, Library Arts Center Gallery, Newport, NH
2022 Jackson Historical Society Annual Art Show & Sale, Jackson, NH
2021 Elements: Art & Holiday Gifts, Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH
2021 Land & Light & Water & Air, Bryan Memorial Gallery, VT
2021 Juried Regional Exhibit, Library Arts Center Gallery, Newport, NH
2021 A Room With a View, Gallery Twist, Lexington, MA
2021 Winter in the Whites, Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH
2021 A New Day, New Hampshire Art Association, Portsmouth, NH
2020 This Merry Moment, NH Art Association, Portsmouth, NH
2020 Gems and Giants, Bryan Memorial Gallery, VT
2020 21st Annual Joan L. Dunfey Juried Exhibition, NH Art Association
2020 Land & Light & Water & Air, Bryan Memorial Gallery, VT
2020 34th Annual Omer T. Lassonde Juried Exhibition, NHAA
2020 Watercolors, Bryan Memorial Gallery, VT
2019 Re-Opening Show, Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH
2017 Savvy Art Competition, Online 
2017 Projections: Art on the Brewery Walls, Jamaica Plain, MA
2016 Art 100 Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA
2016 Creating Community Connections, Suffolk Courthouse, MA 
2016 UFG: The First Five Years, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2016 Projections: Art on the Brewery Walls, Jamaica Plain, MA
2015 Art 100 Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA
2015 Abstracted, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA 
2015 Who Might I Be? Nave Gallery Annex, Somerville, MA 
2015 Juror's Choice, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA 
2015 Art in Motion, Audio Concepts, Boston, MA 
2015 Kaleidoscope, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2014 State of Being, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA

Articles and Press

"Made Well Through Painting," Forest Notes, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Summer 2023.

Rosalie Triolo, "Rebecca Fullerton, Artist, Avid Hiker and Archivist," The Laker, November 2021.

John Angelo, "The Art of Pandemic Survival: How two New Hampshire creators weathered a year of ‘crushing sadness’," New Hampshire Business Review, 7 May 2021.

"Trail As Muse," A.T. Journeys, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Spring/Summer 2021.

“Artist of the Month: Rebecca M. Fullerton,” The Art List, April 2016 

“Tater and Swift: Reaching New Heights on the Long Trail, Vermont” (front inside cover) Long Trail News / Green Mountain Club, Spring, 2016.