Rebecca Skinner


Abandoned buildings serve as the focus of Rebecca Skinner’s most recent series of photographs. She seeks to immerse the viewer in the scene, intertwining them and the location in a single narrative of nostalgia and respect for the suspended moment. She portrays these facilities not only as preserved instances of a forgotten time, but as the summation of all of the place’s history and beauty.

Skinner studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, RI, and the New England School of Photography, MA. She is currently owner and photographer of Rebecca Skinner Photography. Metrowest Daily and Upworthy are just a few publications that have featured her work. Recently, she has displayed photos at the Boston International Fine Art Show at the Boston Center for the Arts Cyclorama, MA, Art Providence, at ArtSmart Productions, RI and Winter Works at Bromfield Gallery, MA. Her studio is at the Mill Contemporary Art in Framingham, MA.

Fountain Street Exhibitions: TransientThrive, Space InvadersYellow too!YellowDivergent Thinking, Wicked


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