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Through my work I aim to bridge art and biology in a way that encourages others to view the natural world with a more curious and conscious eye. My personal work depicts intimate ecological portraits, often focusing on species interactions and cycles, and broadly explores fascinating natural phenomena. I particularly enjoy unearthing obscured elements - the overlooked consequences of anthropogenic effects or the unseen trajectories of evolutionary forces. 

My studio is situated on the top of a small ridge just East of the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas, where my family and I live. A self-taught artist, I spent my university years studying biology and creating scientific illustrations on the side. I now paint as much as possible, alongside teaching biology at my local university. I can otherwise be found tending to our large garden, playing fetch with our three pups, and going on little adventures with our son.

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CONTACT

allysa.rebar [at] gmail.com 

COMISSIONS

My 2022 schedule is currently full, but please do not hesitate to e-mail me with inquiries anyway! We can at least discuss your ideas, pricing, and a timeline. Please note that I do not accept all commission requests.

December 2022

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Lark & Key Gallery     |     Charlotte, NC

February 2023

Avian

Lark & Key Gallery     |     Charlotte, NC

March 2023

Enormous Tiny Art #33

Nahcotta Gallery     |     Portsmouth, NH