Rebecca Morgan hails from a Pennsylvania farm town, and her paintings and cartoon-drawings depict the culture clash created by her migration to New York. Her characters evoke the stereotypes of uncouth and uncultured rural redneck Appalachia, and reflect both a constant critique and defense of rural living.
Rebecca Morgan attended Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and received her MFA from Pratt Institute. She as been included in exhibitions at Gasser Grunert Gallery, Richard Heller Gallery, Monclair State University, and the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair. She is the recipient of a Vermont Studio Center full fellowship. Her 2012 solo exhibition at Asya Geisberg Gallery received reviews from Whitehot Magazine, NY ARTS Magazine, and Critical Mob.