Rebecca Higgins Art Collections
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Artwork by Rebecca Higgins
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Jewel of the Cumberland by Rebecca Higgins
Autumn in the Smokies by Rebecca Higgins
Autumn Splendor by Rebecca Higgins
Spring in the Bluegrass by Rebecca Higgins
Lookout Point by Rebecca Higgins
Daisy by Rebecca Higgins
Cumberland Falls by Rebecca Higgins
All the Buzz by Rebecca Higgins
Silver and Gold by Rebecca Higgins
Smoky Mountain Sunset by Rebecca Higgins
That Christmassy Feeling by Rebecca Higgins
Water Music by Rebecca Higgins
Hope Springs by Rebecca Higgins
Cardinal in the Spotlight by Rebecca Higgins
Dandelion after the Rain by Rebecca Higgins
Autumn Colors at Cumberland Falls by Rebecca Higgins
Purple Iris by Rebecca Higgins
Whisper of Wings by Rebecca Higgins
Autumn Evening on Broad River by Rebecca Higgins
Ring the Bell by Rebecca Higgins
Springtime at Almahurst Cabin by Rebecca Higgins
Stepping Stones by Rebecca Higgins
Arches and White Water by Rebecca Higgins
Tree Poetry by Rebecca Higgins
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About Rebecca Higgins
At an early age growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, I was fascinated with photography but was never able to explore its possibilities with the little instamatic camera that I had.
It really wasn't until 1994 as I prepared to go overseas as a volunteer with a Christian educational team in Russia that I invested in my first film SLR camera just days before leaving. Having no formal photography training, I taught myself how to use it by trial and error (lots of it!). The best thing I had going for me was that I had learned some basic principles of art composition back in my Fine Arts class in college and as editor of my college yearbook. Over several years of working professionally as an editor with Christian publications, I had developed an eye for photos I liked. Having a quality camera and lens meant that I could finally capture 'slice of life' moments and the ever-changing scenes of the world around me.
I am still very much in the process of learning, but my change to a digital SLR camera has given me the freedom to experiment and to explore the part of the country where I have lived and traveled over the last few years--primarily in central and eastern Kentucky, the Smoky Mountains, and along the Blue Ridge Parkway. I have reveled in those moments of stopping to capture the beauty the Creator has designed for our enjoyment.
While I am not a professionally trained photographer by any means, God has used the art form to help me to see the world through new eyes . . . to observe beauty in the ordinary . . . to stop to appreciate and capture moments that in our busyness we too often ignore or simply fail to see. Photography has allowed me to see things from a different perspective and in doing so has afforded me with treasured moments of peace. However, it's not the photography that has done it, but the intentionality of keeping my eyes open to observe the world the Father has created and to bask in His grace and care. It has prodded me to hike woodland trails, to sit in quiet on mountain ridges and beside the ripples of creeks, to appreciate the delicate beauty of a butterfly's wings, to savor the warm glow of a sunset, to watch the morning fog lift off of the river. And whispered through those moments I have tried to capture has been the reminder: 'Be still, and know that I am God' (Psalm 46:10a).
I have learned over the years that the images captured in those moments that have become personal keepsakes for me of God's creative hand and His expressions of peace and grace are meant to be shared for others' enjoyment and inspiration as well.