Abstract Figurative art

Rebecca Jack, an intuitive painter, creates vibrant, figurative works that highlight the beauty of imperfection through visible layering, expressive brush work and mark-making. Her painterly style, use of line, exploration of color and shape are defining elements in her work. Abstracting interior and exterior spaces in conjunction with the figure are common themes she uses to investigate aspects of self. Approaching her work thru an emotive lens, her paintings offer a peek into imaginative worlds that are both whimsical and deeply reflective. Bringing to life one's essence and humanity, Jack is a self-described “soul painter”.

Originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, Rebecca was drawn to painting and drawing at an early age. She has a degree in Interior design from the University of Tennessee.

Her art has been featured in Architectural Digest and Atlanta Homes magazine as well as designer showhouses throughout the Southeast.

She resides in Atlanta with her husband Lars, their son Leif and dog Elvis. She is obsessed with animals, mostly dogs, a great cup of coffee and learning to tend a garden in her spare time!

September 2022 issue

Architectural Digest

Design by Night Palm, Photo: Frank Frances

Bilt Artist Residency

Rebecca Jack

As Bilt’s Resident Artist, we’ve commissioned Jack to create three original paintings which Bilt Members can collect as exclusive, limited edition canvas prints. “Art brings a life and a soul to a home and should be collected as an extension of yourself,” says the artist.