Becca Mulenburg is a fine artist who specializes in painting birds from personal experience. All of the birds she has ever painted, she has seen in person. After graduation from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a degree in Journalism, she spent several years working in the printing industry before teaching herself how to paint using oils. Eventually, Becca embarked on a career as a full time artist. After experimenting with several subjects for the first few years, she finally settled on the path that kept pulling her towards it: birds. She has been juried into the prestigious international “Birds in Art” exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum of Art in Wausau, Wisconsin, has sold internationally, and has won numerous awards. She is an avid bird watcher, photographer and wildlife enthusiast.

Personal Data:
Resides in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Spark bird: Eastern Whip-poor-will

Bachelor of Science, Journalism, Honors, University of Wisconsin at Madison.

2020 Wolf River Art League's Mid-Winter Art Show, New London, WI (3rd Place); 2019 MacRostie Art Center's 27th Annual Juried Art Exhibition (2nd Place), 2019 Wolf River Art League's Mid-Winter Art Show, New London, WI (People's Choice and 2nd Place); 2018 Wolf River Art League's Mid-Winter Art Show, New London, WI (Honorable Mention); 2017 Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum Birds in Art International Juried Exhibition, Wausau, WI; 2014-15, 2017 Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Competition; 2017 MacRostie's 25th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Grand Rapids, MN (People's Choice); 2016 61st Arrowhead Regional Biennial, Duluth, MN (Honorable Mention) and more. For a complete list, please inquire.

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Birding. Environmental interests include controlling invasives, planting natives, 450+ planted to date at her residence since 2015 including white and jack pines, northern red oaks, silver maples, peach leaf willows, butternuts, false indigo, highbush cranberries, pin cherries, elderberries, milkweed and more. Concentrated reading on the scientific study of birds. Supporter of unkept lawns, ditches, weeds, and pollinators. UMD women's hockey fan.

Thoughts from the artist:
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"The truth is that women have never been treated equally in the art world, and today they remain dramatically underrepresented and undervalued in museums, galleries, and auction houses."


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