Rebecca Fox is a mostly self-taught sculptor who has been working with metal for over twenty-five years. She learned to weld while taking sculpture classes at City College of San Francisco. To expand her technical skills, for several years she worked as a welder and metal fabricator at 3D Studios in Oakland, CA.
Rebecca's work has been collected extensively and is included in over 300 private collections. Her work is also included in public collections at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Zscaler, Gravity Tavern and the Aurelian Marketing Group.
Rebecca’s work has been exhibited throughout the Bay Area. In 2008 Rebecca was selected by the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation to create a heart for the Hearts in San Francisco project. She has exhibited at the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Google’s San Francisco Headquarters, and was selected for ArtSpan’s prestigious Selections exhibition in 2010. Among other galleries, Rebecca’s work has been exhibited at Seager Gray Gallery, George Billis Gallery and Arc Gallery. One of her sculptures was selected by Peter Selz for an international exhibition in Athens, Greece at the Ekfrasi-Yianna Grammatopoulou Gallery.
Rebecca maintains a studio at Islais Creek Studios in San Francisco.