Becci Crowe is one of the top new wildlife artists in the Northwest. Her award winning art is enhanced by extensive travel and field observations not only across the United States, but on the European, Asian, and African continents as well.
"I grew up in Oregon where I developed a passion for the beauty and diversity of its natural resources. My work is a reflection of this fascination with nature and all things wild. I seek out the wild around me whether it is in my own back yard or halfway across the globe in Africa."
Birds have always been one of her favorite subjects and recent trips to Africa have expanded her horizons to include many of the mammals seen on her safaris.
Because her work expresses her personal encounters within the natural world, Becci's style invites the viewer to move in closer and experience the intimacy reflected in each piece.
Becci specializes in pen & ink, watercolor, graphite, and prisma color. She is currently working on an African Safari Series based on her wildlife encounters in Tanzania, Botswana, and Zimbabwe, and closer to home, a series on Birds of North America. Becci is available for commissioned works which now hang across the United States.
Becci Crowe on the Zambezi River.
Okavango Delta, Botswana - A birding paradise
Visit Becci's web site for more information on her art and her PBS special, As Close As you Dare - Africa.
All work is copyrighted by the artists and can not be copied or used in any way without written consent.
Great Blue Heron