BIOgraphy
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Rebecca Kesler was born in Lancaster, UK but at a young age her family moved to Manchester.  Rebecca developed a passion for art whilst at primary school and these skills were honed and nurtured by her teachers when she moved schools to King David.  She took her art GCSE a year early gaining the highest mark in the country but decided not to continue to A-level for personal reasons.   After travelling around the world and seeing some of the great art museums she rekindled her love for art and undertook a drawing course at The Open College of the Arts.  This led to undertaking a BTEC foundation year with Visual Arts degree at the University of Salford.  In 2010, she decided to hone her practice in digital art by undertaking a Creative Technology masters.  Since leaving University, Rebecca has continued to make art exploring environmental issues, virtual environments, religion, expressionism and non-verbal reasoning as topics.  Her art studio in Second Life exhibits her latest art year-round.  She mainly works digitally though she classifies herself as a mixed media artist sometimes working with sculpture, collage, paper and with recycling.
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Image (right): Hamsa 4, 2010, Digital Painting, (w) 29.7 x (h) 42 cm