Rebecca has exhibited art throughout the United States. In 2005, she presented a one-woman exhibition, Cascadia USA, at the University of Helsinki Finland Aula Gallery.

In 2003, she lived at the Nelimarkka Museum in Alajarvi, Finland during a three-month artist-in-residency. There she prepared The Finland Suite and the following year presented the work in a one-woman exhibition at Seattle's Nordic Heritage Museum. During the time in Finland, she drove throughout the country, along with her cardigan corgi, visiting museums and architectural sites while meeting dozens of cousins. She was excited to learn about twenty generations of her ancestors.

In 2006, as an artist-in-residence at the Centrum Foundation in Port Townsend, Washington she created The Spirit of Place Suite.

Rebecca studied at Cornish College and Western Washington University with Sherry Markovitz, Kathleen Rabel, Sarah Clark, John Overton, Charles Stokes, Nori Saito, and Tom Johnston among others. Via workshops, she has also studied with Karen Guzak, Pam Ingalls, and Richard Steiner.

For many years, Rebecca managed Meloy & Company Gallery in Bellingham where she presented over 100 exhibitions featuring regional artists' work as well as her own. During that time she mentored young artists through the Artists in Public Schools, Allied Arts of Whatcom County program. For seventeen years she conducted youth Art in the Garden Summer Camps in her cottage garden. Presently, she teaches in her city permitted home studio.