Becky Hall Fehsenfeld

Becky Hall Fehsenfeld has traveled the globe as an artist, capturing animals, people and places on canvas in a colorful, expressive manner. She was raised in an artistic atmosphere with a mother who painted and two sisters who are also artists. Becky attended Otterbein College on a scholarship and received a bachelor’s degree of fine arts with a minor in cultural anthropology. She has studied and painted in over sixty countries and her award-winning paintings are included in numerous private

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Fehsenfeld has traveled the globe as an artist to capture animals, people, and places on canvas in a colorful, expressive manner. Her award-winning paintings are included in numerous private and corporate collections worldwide. Visit Becky’s gallery at 10 N. Main St. in Zionsville to see her latest work: Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11-5 and Always by Appointment

Pricing Information:

$100-$10,000

Affiliations:

Allied Artists of America, board of directors at Indianapolis Art Center, Hoosier Salon, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Connecticut Pastel Society, Oil Painters of America

 

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  1. I am not sure if this is the correct Becky.
    I am contacting you about my sister the late Jenniffer Franks.
    If you knew Jenn, would you please call me at 303 941-2963?
    Thank you

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  2. Becky… I took pastel painting classes from you at the former Art League, so many years ago. I loved those classes and was in awe of your amazing talent. I just happened to look you up while painting in a class yesterday. So happy to see the amazing paintings on your site. Art is certainly good for the soul! I hope to keep painting for many more years to come. Thank you for your inspiration.

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