Becca Bernstein (born 1977) is an American artist. She lives and paints in Oregon and Scotland.
Becca Bernstein graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and studied at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. She survived two near-fatal car accidents in the summer of 2000, recovering abundantly from spinal and internal injuries.
Bernstein’s art typically addresses issues of community and the "awkward dance of human interdependence." She has plus worked closely with residents of senior care homes in Oregon and Scotland, which she says has led her to consider as an player human interaction in the contemporary age.
Bernstein was fixed by Southwest Art Magazine in 2008 as one of 21 emerging artists to watch. She won the Kimberley Gales Emerging Artist Award in 2005, the Lake Oswego Public Art Award in 2007, and the George George Sugarman Foundation Grant (The George Sugarman Foundation) in 2007 for socially bring to life artists. Her take effect can be found in the public collections of the City of Lake Oswego, Oregon, the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, the Northwest Business for Culture and the Arts, the Oregon Ballet Theater, and the Grace Institute, New York. She is represented by galleries in Portland, Oregon, Park City, Utah, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Aberdeen, Scotland. Bernstein is best known for her paintings, particularly of elderly subjects, but she after that earned a attain from the Regional Arts & Culture Council for her 2008 conceptual installation in Portland. She is mentioned in Art in America magazine for her awards.
Her fake focuses on human relationships, family, and aging, often using unconventional materials later than patchwork quilts and slate tiles. She explores issues of human fragility and strength. In her 2008 artist's announcement for an installation she wrote: