Saturday, January 27, 2018


Rebecca Zook is happy to announce that "Burn from Within" and "Palo Pinto Prickly Pear" have been accepted into the annual STARS OF TEXAS JURIED ART EXHIBIT held in the old train depot in Brownwood, Texas. The show runs February 4th-17th.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Rebecca Zook featured online by "The Cyber Art Show"

Excited to announce that my work is currently being featured online by "The Cyber Art Show".

"Good morning! By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the first of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by American painter Rebecca Zook (Born 1967 in Texas, USA). Here is the Image of the Day, from today's Cyber Art Gallery."

"Burn From Within"

Friday, November 3, 2017

Special Showing of Rebecca's work in Dallas, Texas

Over 40 paintings on view from October 28th through November 30th
Stop in and see these engaging pieces.

10233 East Northwest Highway, Suite 420
Dallas, Texas 75238
(214) 348-7350

Peace. Beauty. Light.

Three aspects that Rebecca Zook consciously incorporates into her paintings. As a native Texan, she grew up with an appreciation of the unique beauty that Texas offers. Wandering the trails, playing in the creek near her childhood home and befriending every creature she encountered, Rebecca found a true love in nature. This connection is something that’s remained a part of her throughout her life and this love of the landscape and its inhabitants is expressed through each brushstroke.

“I’m drawn to Texas’ plentiful native grasses in particular. Watching the wind weave patterns through them and the gentle swaying provide me with a much needed calm. I stand among them and am reminded of the ocean. Great waves roll across the fields. Seed heads catch the sun and glow like breaking spray.”

The Texas sky also holds great fascination. She has photographed clouds for close to 12 years, amassing a huge collection of source material with the intent of creating a series of paintings. She finally began that ongoing project in late 2015.

“If you stop and watch the sky for any length of time, you realize how quickly it transforms itself. Clouds spring to life, change shape and dissipate right before your eyes. Sunrises and sunsets are the most dramatic. Almost second by second the colors grow and fade. My paintings capture one brief moment of that perpetually changing beauty.”

“The Natural World” is a body of work that is a true labor of love for the artist. Rebecca hopes you enjoy these paintings and her written thoughts that accompany each piece.

Newly Added Work - Palo Pinto Prickly Pear by Rebecca Zook

Palo Pinto Prickly Pear

Acrylic on Panel | 24" x 36"
My husband was fortunate to be able to do part of his Master's thesis project in the future Palo Pinto Mountain State Park in Strawn, Texas. I went with his team one weekend and took a lot of great photographs. I feel very fortunate to have been able to visit before road construction or any real amenities have been added. I saw it in its near pristine natural state. I painted this from one of those photographs.


Available at Shanley House Gallery
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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Recently Sold Work

A big thanks to Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas for representing my fine art paintings and for the sale of these three pieces.

The Sentries

Flicker Flame

Floue En Fleurs

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

New piece "Wide-Eyed" Bobcat Painting by Rebecca Zook

Nothing gets past him. An adept hunter lying in wait. An invisible predator. A ghost moving through the shadows of dusk and dawn. Mystery defined.
12" x 12" | Acrylic on Masonite