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Rebecca (Becca) Lena Perry is a multi-media artist from Saskatchewan, Canada. Rebecca specializes in large acrylic paintings and digital illustrations. Her work is inspired by her own experiences in the outdoors, biology and science. Becca is best known for her fish paintings, which are often printed at large scale. Her motivation to illustrate fish comes from her career as a fisheries biologist and educator. Becca has a passion for fish and fish habitat conservation, and hopes to spread an awareness and appreciation for freshwater fish through her work. 


Original acrylic paintings refer to the original artwork. Prints refer to reproductions of an original painting or digital illustrations made into prints. All prints are printed on fine art mediums using professional, museum-quality, Giclee printing methods.  

Outside of her creative practice, Becca works as a natural resource instructor at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

In addition, Becca is an avid angler and spends countless hours with her husband, family, and friends fly fishing for new species in new places. Some of her favorite fishing memories include catching her first Muskellunge on Manitou Island,  her first Lahontan Cutthroat in Nevada, and her personal best walleye on Tobin Lake, Saskatchewan. These adventures would not be possible without her partner in adventure, and husband Tom. Becca and Tom currently live in  Saskatchewan with their black lab "Archie", and cats "Millie" and "Milo". 

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