About the Artist

I am a visual artist living in Boston. I am originally from Vermont, but grew up in southern New Hampshire. I hold 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. By day I work as an Archivist. The rest of my time I am making art, running, hiking, or kayaking.

In making art, I like to look at forms and colors and think about how they would work as a painting. Every work is a challenge and a puzzle to be solved. I approach all subjects in this way, but specialize in landscape painting in the realist and impressionist traditions. During the summer I focus on plein air landscape painting in the mountains of New England, particularly the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Each year I hike in the backcountry, taking in the dramatic scenery of the wilderness, sketching, painting, and taking photographs for later use. I am always trying to capture the special atmosphere unique to this area with its changeable weather, steep trails, and inspiring views as a way to promote the unique and fragile beauty of places that deserve conservation.

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

Group Shows
2017 Savvy Art Competition, Online (Carol Marine, juror)
2017 Projections: Art on the Brewery Walls, Brewery Complex, Jamaica Plain, MA
2016 Art 100 Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA (curated by Pares Mallis)
2016 Creating Community Connections through the Arts, Suffolk Probate & Family Court 
2016 UFG: The First Five Years, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2016 Projections: Art on the Brewery Walls, Brewery Complex, Jamaica Plain, MA
2015 Art 100 Boston, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA (curated by Pares Mallis)
2015 Abstracted, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA (curated by Alex Kittle)
2015 Who Might I Be? Nave Gallery Annex, Somerville, MA (Juror: Mara Brod)
2015 Juror's Choice, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA (Juror: Judy Blotnick)
2015 Art in Motion, Audio Concepts, Boston, MA (curated by Lynda McNally)
2015 Kaleidoscope, Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA
2014 State of Being, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston, MA (curated by Daniella Festa, Artist)

Open Studios, Art Fairs, and Events
2017 The Umbrella Community Arts Center Winter Market, Concord, MA
2016-2017 Mother Brook Arts & Community Center Open Studios, Dedham, MA
2016 Codman Estate Fine Arts & Crafts Festival, Lincoln, MA
2016 Beacon Hill Art Walk, Boston, MA
2015 Uforge Gallery Holiday Shoppe, Jamaica Plain, MA
2014-2015 Dedham Open Studios, Dedham, MA
2010, 2014 Boston Arts Festival, Boston, MA
2009 Melrose Open Studios, Melrose, MA
2008 Jamaica Plain Open Studios, Jamaica Plain, MA
2007-2017 Roslindale Open Studios, Roslindale, MA

Website Publications
“Artist of the Month: Rebecca M. Fullerton,” The Art List, April 2016, http://www.theartlist.com/aom_04_16.html 

Published Work
"6 Exercises That Give Back Pain the Boot," article by Jen Matteis. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club. Nov/Dec 2017

"Mud Season Hiking Dos and Don'ts," article by Tim Jones. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club. Jan/Feb 2017

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

"Learn How: How to Use a Throwbag for Whitewater Rescues," article by Matt Heid. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club May/June 2016

"Learn How: How to Build an Emergency Tarp Shelter," article by Matt Heid. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club March/April 2016

“Learn How: Winter Gear Prep," article by Amy VanHaren. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club November/December 2015

"Learn How: Crampon Tune-Up," article by Amy VanHaren. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club November/December 2015

"Learn How: Treating Blisters on the Trail," article by Karen Ingraham. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club July/August 2015

"A Warm Winter's Night A Step-by-Step Guide to Winter Camping," article by Matt Heid. AMC Outdoors / Appalachian Mountain Club January/February 2015