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Whimsical Road Map Mural located within

Yoga Studio in Sea Grit, NJ


Rebecca Eve Swan

New Jersey based artist, Rebecca Swan, is creative in many ways seeking to add color, wonder, and joy anywhere she can!  Rebecca is a painter, muralist, clay artist, and a yoga teacher.   She believes there is opportunity everywhere to add a spark of wow and imagination through her colorful, nature inspired work no matter the size.

Art was always a part of Rebecca’s life, but she never thought it would be a possible career path until she gave herself permission to just go for it. Before 2020, Rebecca was a Strength + Wellness Coach for over 12 years and was beginning to get the nudge to pivot.  The pandemic compelled her to make the leap from full time coach to full time artist.


Creating is Rebecca’s passion and it shows through her enthusiastic approach to her work; from collaborating with her clients, to sharing progress videos with her audience, her process and love for her craft is infectious.


Rebecca practices and teaches yoga, meditation, + breath work to find stillness and calm.  She believes a strong mind, body, + spiritual practice is key to an endless well of creativity and imagination.

forge bathroom art

1 out of 3

in a series of commissioned art for the restrooms at Forge Performance, 

West Windsor, NJ

Art provides a beautiful opportunity to see and feel something that hadn't existed before by offering new perspectives.  Rebecca is a dreamweaver, who has the unique ability to take her vision and her clients ideas and bring them to life through bright eye-catching colors, whimsical off-beat creations, and one-of-a-kind compositions. 


Rebecca knows the power of color and imagination. She strongly believes that adding a sprinkle of playful charm to walls, both inside and outside, cultivates a more magical and supportive community.  When our communities feel uplifted, they want to share it and the enthusiasm it generates with the world.  

Artist Statement

My work is a form of meditation and a practice.  It is a signed permission slip, to myself and from myself, to play, get messy, to "let go", and to be open to whatever happens next without worry about what the outcome may be.  It's incredibly gratifying when a piece of work is finished, but it is the process of creating that keeps me coming back over and over and over again.  

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"Brave New World" - Acrylic on Canvas 2020

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