Rebecca is an award winning professional artist, member in excellence of the South Carolina Watermedia Association. She lives and works in Myrtle Beach, SC. as an artist and art instructor both locally and internationally. Leading annual Eat Paint Cook Tours, she combines all her favorite things…art, adventure, and good food.  Weekly Classes in her studio offer intimate, personalized inspiration and encouraging instruction.  Her work is adventurous and her methods and materials are varied.  Rebecca’s paintings may be viewed on her Website and on Facebook. Prints of her work are also sold via Fine Art America online and available through the artist directly. More of her artwork is on display at Collector’s Cafe & Art Gallery, Myrtle Beach, and also at Aspen Grille in Myrtle Beach, SC.

About Rebecca Zdybel

Artist’s Statement

The beauty of the world around me has always been apparent and exciting to me. I began to paint in order to attempt to capture that beauty in some way through my art. Playing with shape and color, line and texture, I like to go beyond what I see and explore possibility in my work. I don’t want to limit my perspective or technique, nor do I want to constrain my approach in any way. I love having every option available to me. This makes the journey toward completion of a painting exhilarating. Anything is possible! My perspective is reflected in the variety of mediums and approaches used in my work.

Why I Teach

The exchange between my students and I is the most personally rewarding thing I do as an artist. I know first-hand the power that art has to transform people’s lives in a positive way. I love to share that transformative energy with my students. Art is a gift, and for me that gift is not complete until it is given away.

Where I teach:
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (Coastal Carolina University)
  • Il Chiostro, Inc. – Teaching art on location in Italy
  • Private instruction- Current teaching schedule available on my website calendar

Goal for Sales: Charitable Donation

I love the exchange which happens when others share an enjoyment of my paintings. When it comes to sales, I admire the concept of doing good while doing business. Charitable donation is at the heart of my business plan and 30% of income from art sales goes to charity. My goal is to partner with collectors in order to create a win-win-win transaction. I ask patrons to share specific charities they like to support and we work together to make a donation from all sales. I hope to sell art and also sell the idea of doing good while doing business.