Becky earned her BFA in Printmaking/Drawing from Washington University and her MFA in Studio Art from the University of Kansas. Since completing her studies, Becky has worked as a gallery/exhibitions director in both university and non-profit galleries and has taught courses including drawing, professional practices, exhibition practicum, and gallery/curatorial studies. She has curated dozens of exhibitions, designed and implemented a variety of community based arts programming, and led a number of public lectures and discussions regarding art and art-making.
Her artwork is process and materials focused and often manifests itself in private or intimate performance elements and installations that are never really finished. Themes of enduring interest are ritual, memory, empathy, decay, and the sacred. She loves collaboration and, though her creative work, is particularly interested in expanding the roles of self-reflection and meaning in everyday life.