Unique & Inspiring Art to Celebrate the natural world
Sparkle your space with love for nature.
"Months ago, a Paul Smiths College student sent us a card, and it was your ' Home for Red Spruce'. I like your idea of having a snowflake as the shadow of a young spruce, and that the snowflake is made from limbs without needles. The message is serious, yet you conveyed it with creativity and beauty. We love the VIC and visit during our summer week in Paul Smiths. Our small donation resulted in the gift of your artwork and a lovely note from a student. My compliments and appreciation to you, Rebecca!"
- Rosemarie, visitor to Paul Smith's College Visitor Interpretive Center, Paul Smiths NY
"This is SO cool! I love your art and the writing. I signed up for your blog! Great work and I am glad you were inspired by the grouse to share a part of your story and theirs."
~ Dr. Patrick McGee, Wildlife Biologist & Professor, Western State Colorado University, Gunnison CO
"I am so incredibly excited!!! [The Home for Bison painting] is even more beautiful in real life. I'm so glad that I can display art that is beautiful, AND, sends a message to the world. I love it!"
~ Laura Schaff, Safford AZ
"We live on the Little Darby and love the artistic depiction displayed in your [Home for Darters] painting!"
~ Mary Buehl, West Jefferson OH
"I love having your art work in our dining room. Every time I look at that painting, I relax and feel reconnected to nature. Having that happen at the same time I am having a sit-down meal and reconnecting with my family only magnifies those feelings."
~ Kathy Regan, Keene NY
"Rebecca's studio d'une is not a solitary place. Her tender, passionate art fills space with living beings and landscapes that reminds us of our interconnectedness and asks us for our awareness. When I look at her paintings that I am so grateful to have in my house I am never alone. I am with my animal brothers and sisters in my natural home. We become one."
~ Julia Hinders Anderson, Addison VT
"I love the way Rebecca shows the interconnectedness of species in such unique and interesting ways that draw you into their world within nature. The majority of the walls in my home are graced by prints and originals by Rebecca, and every time someone comes over they always comment what a sense of peace Rebecca's magical paintings bring them, as they do me as well. I am blessed to be surrounded by such works of wonder."
~ Dawn Yoder, Lexington KY
"Rebecca Richman’s art captures nature uniquely, in ways that draw the viewer in, closer and closer. It is complex yet at the same time expansive and serene. To me, it is representational fine art at its best—both informative and thought provoking. Being a seashore ecologist and conservation biologist, I am especially moved by the way she captures coastal environments with watercolor and pastel. She is a keen observer, clearly a lover of nature, and a rock star in the world of conservation-based natural history art."
~ Richard C. Brusca Ph.D., Executive Director Emeritus, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson AZ
"It is so good to see your work. I love them all. And of course since I started as a herpetologist and then turned to the grasslands, your pictures have special meaning to me. Thank you!"
~ Chris Pague, Lead Consevation Ecololgist, The Nature Conservancy, Boulder CO
"Speaking of rain, your arts make me smelling the rain at home! The contrast and unity between the true nature (like dryness and plain) and the surprise gift from the nature (like flowers and rain drops) are heart touching!"
~ Tongchen Wang, Denver CO & Beijing China
"This inspiring watercolor artist has devoted her life to using her creative paintings to teach people about the sacred inter-species partnerships found in all intact ecosystems, and the beauty of these relationships that can be seen even better with the heart than the eye."
~ Nancy Stranahan, Executive Director, Arc of Appalachia, Bainbridge OH
"Since being a little girl, wolves have always been my favorite animal. Quiet, filled with strength, and often misunderstood, they are truly magnificent creatures. When looking at Ms. Richman's artwork, I knew I had to have the wolf print...the brightness of the green color, the hidden wolves waiting to be discovered, and footprints sprinkled throughout. Purchasing this print was special; the design and color became the focal point of my office, and color accents were chosen to match. Spending many hours at work, I am greeted by the talented and beautiful piece each time I enter my doorway. Ms. Richman has a way of capturing so many components in an art piece, and I am honored to own one. Her dedication to conservation, education, and animals is inspiring and admirable."
~ Laurie Peterson, Highlands Ranch CO
"Artists express many things in their artworks, but nature and color are essential for great compositional painting. Rebecca Richman's art transmits those essences through her rainbow collage of shapes, forms, and vibrant color with a special message. Her work allows the lucky viewer a bit of hidden surprise, which cleanses our eyes each time, adding new meaning and insight to our world."
~ Robert J. Koenke, Fine Art Appraiser and Former Publisher of Wildlife Art Magazine, Centreville MD
"Rebecca Richman’s Boreal Relationships highlights the diversity, interconnectedness, and fragility of life on Earth. Her watercolor portraits of individual species that live in the Adirondack Mountains—salamander, brook trout, thrush—are delicately rendered. A sugar maple leaf floats on the surface of the water, near a reflection of sky and the tree from which it fell. A loon, haunting icon of Adirondack waters, floats above a “reflection” of a yellow perch, its primary food source. Although set aside as a place where we seek a balance between human communities and wild places, the Adirondack Park still faces challenges that threaten the health and welfare of our ecosystems and ourselves. Acid rain, tainted water, a warming climate, affect the delicate balance of life here. Richman’s images remind us to look closely at the natural world to better recognize our own connection to and dependence on the wild nature that surrounds and sustains us."
~ Laura Rice, Chief Curator, Adirondack Experience Museum, Blue Mountain Lake NY
"Rebecca's interpretation of biodiversity leads people to think about the web of life and how humanity affects plants, animals and entire ecosystems. She's not gloom-and-doom in her perspective, but hopeful. She encourages us to go deeper and see our own connection to nature. I see Rebecca's creativity continue to evolve and look forward to more people being inspired by her work."
~ David J. Wagner, Ph.D., Fine Art Curator, Tour Director, and Author of American Wildlife Art
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Inspiring nature stories
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Annual drawings for free prints
First release of brand new images
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