becca, an LA street artist who has been getting up since the late 1980’s, has just launched a website. When I first started seeing becca’s art online, I didn’t really care for it. It’s not the sort of thing I would normally be drawn to. But after a few people mentioned her art to me, I gave becca the benefit of the doubt and just figured there was something I wasn’t seeing or that people can have different but not “wrong” tastes. Then, last summer, I finally saw some of her artwork in person at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. In the flesh, there is a certain indescribable quality like care that comes across in the work. Immediately, I fell in love. For me, becca is just one of those artists whose work I need to see in person to really appreciate it. So I guess, if you’re like me when it comes to becca’s work, all I can say with this post is this: please make every effort to see it in the flesh at some point. Of course, it couldn’t hurt check out becca’s new website or read this interview with becca.
Photos by Lord Jim