Rebecca M. Fullerton: Large Works on Canvas and Paper

December 01, 2016
Below is a selection of my larger oil paintings and works on paper in watercolors, gouache and ink. Click on each work for a full-screen view. Enjoy! "Cloudsweep,"...
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A Busy Fall Season! Art Events Coming Up in September and October

September 06, 2016
Whether you love it, hate it, or fall somewhere romantically in between, summer is almost over and autumn is approaching. I’ve been packing in all the sand, sun, and sal...
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Join Me For An Upcoming Art Event! Up Next: Beacon Hill Art Walk, Sunday, June 5th.

May 29, 2016
Memorial Day Weekend truly launched the summer season here in Boston. There were hot, sunny days with plenty of fun things to do, time to relax, and time to slow down and...
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Painting with Eyes Open

February 22, 2016
I recently saw an optometrist for a ‘routine’ eye exam as per order of my new primary physician. I’ve never had problems with my eyes and I've also never had anything mor...
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Follow Your Passion, Even on Sub-Zero Weekends!

February 14, 2016
It is cold. It’s the kind of morning when you would stay in bed, but you have a rule about not sleeping in too much on Sunday because it throws you off enough to make Mon...
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My Year in Mountain Painting: January Sojourns

January 17, 2016
I've been stuck in Boston for years now because of my day job as an archivist, which I love. Ironically, I work for an outdoor recreation and environmental non-profit, bu...
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Winter Warriors and Wacky Will-Dos

December 29, 2015
Sitting here on my couch with only a few days left to the year it’s easy for me to envision all the big projects and ideas I have for 2016 coming together. Sadly almost a...
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Looking Back on A Busy Year: 2015

December 22, 2015
I didn’t imagine it was such a busy year until I started to look back at it all! Twenty-fifteen saw the start of a long streak of inspiration for painting the mountains w...
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Roslindale Open Studios Super Special Spectacular Stupendous Studio Sale! November 7th & 8th

October 31, 2015
Roslindale Open Studios is coming up on Saturday and Sunday, November 7th and 8th. This means that, once again, the open studios season in Boston is in full swing. If you...
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How I Hiked Like It Was 1915 in the White Mountains: The Full Story, Part II

September 08, 2015
I had been hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for about three days in 1915 period clothing: wool knickerbockers, coat, socks and hat, silk blouse, neckerchief...
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How I Hiked Like It Was 1915 in the White Mountains: The Full Story, Part I

August 14, 2015
I’ve been back for a while from my seven days in the White Mountains of New Hampshire dressed as a 1915 hiker, wool knickerbockers and all. After all the preparation, res...
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Hiking Through History, Part V: Finding My Way

July 21, 2015
It’s July 1915, and I’m in the final stages of planning my hike through the White Mountains of New Hampshire as an early 20th century wanderer. Were it the present day, I...
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Hiking Through History, Part IV: Into the Wilderness, With Stuff

July 14, 2015
A lot of people have asked if I’m going to be completely authentic in everything I wear and carry on my upcoming 1915 hike. The short answer is “no.” I could parse out ev...
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Hiking Through History, Part III: Woods Clothing for Women

July 05, 2015
“The question of clothes is given first place, not because of woman’s natural love for them, but because of their important bearing on her comfort and efficiency while in...
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Paint Wrangling

July 01, 2015
Last week I started a new painting. I finally set aside the other canvas I’d had on the easel for about three months and turned to something new. It felt like I was overc...
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