Rebecca Fox lives and works in San Francisco, California and has been creating metal sculpture for over twenty years.
Rebecca studied sculpture at San Francisco City College's Fort Mason Art Campus where she was also the Teacher's Assistant and Laboratory Technician for the Sculpture Department. To expand her technical knowledge, Rebecca worked for several years as a welder in a custom metal fabrication shop in Oakland, California.
Rebecca's work has been exhibited extensively throughout the Bay Area including the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Google's San Francisco Headquarters, and was selected for ArtSpan's prestigious exhibition Selections 2010. In 2009 she was selected to create a heart for the public art project Hearts in San Francisco and her heart was displayed for six months each in Union Square and Mission Creek Park. Her work has been featured on the national television shows Superscapes on HGTV and Sugar Dome on The Food Network as well as the Bay Area television show 7Live.
Rebecca's work has produced an extensive following of collectors, and her work is included in over 200 private collections throughout the United States as well as in Stanford Hospital & Clinics public art collection in Palo Alto, CA, in the Aurelian Marketing Group for the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, NV, at Gravity Tavern in Mill Valley, CA and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco.
Rebecca maintains a studio at Islais Creek Studios in San Francisco.