Becky and her husband, R. D. Taylor, retired to Charleston, SC in Sept. 2012. Prior to that, they lived in Indianapolis, IN and Pentwater, MI. Originally Becky took oil classes, but became enamored with all mediums, which she still enjoys. Watercolors, however, continue to be her passion. Becky chooses to paint subjects that soothe and renew her spirit as well as her viewers'. She hopes the viewers can symbolically walk into her paintings, find a restful and beautiful place to find their centers, to be at one with themselves and to be joyful they are alive. She paints mostly representational art and responds to the moment with pure joy. She views her work as a fulfillment of her life's purpose rather than a profession. Flowers, gardens, and landscapes are some of her favorite subjects.?Her professional memberships include: Cardinal Fellow/WSI, Indiana Artist Club signature member and past board member; Hoosier Salon-Awards winner; MWS and WSI, signature member, Past President, Treasurer. Currently, she is an exhibiting member of the Charleston Artist Guild, Mount Pleasant Artists Guild, serving as President from 2014-16, South Carolina Watermedia Society (award winner) and Southern Watercolor Society. Becky has been Artist in Residence at several schools in Indiana and Michigan, and is also represented in private and corporate collections throughout the world. A painting depicting St. Philip's Church was in The Gibbes Museum Exhibit in Sept. 2016. Becky is working on a core committee to bring a Cultural Arts Center to Mt. Pleasant, SC. Becky teaches private and group lessons and holds local workshops. Her works can be viewed by appointment only.