Rebecca Tulk (b. 1993 Kingston, Ontario) is a BFA (Honours) candidate at Queens University, minoring in Art History. Having already graduated with an advanced diploma at Sheridan College for Visual and Creative Arts, she continued her education with an Undergraduate Degree. Tulk paints in large scale, primarily with oils and acrylics while focusing on collaging strange, metamorphic and non-representational concepts together. She has exhibited work in the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Queen’s Union Gallery and has been a visiting artist at local high school, Regiopolis-Notre Dame. In 2014, Tulk was awarded the Exposure Photography Award at Sheridan and published in Rhetoric Magazine’s 4th Annual 2015 Issue. After graduation, Tulk will continue furthering her practice while residing in Michigan and applying for Teachers College, with the hopes of Grad School in the near future.