Rebecca Tobey (born 1948) is an American contemporary sculptor
Rebecca has long admired aboriginal art and tribal art from South America and Africa. In fact, much of her imagery focuses on the west and its wildness and freedom. Said Rebecca, "Many people are fascinated by the West and what it represents—from the days of the Anasazi to those of the cowboy and Indians to pioneer days, ranching and cattle drives—a different way of life."
Rebecca's sculptures have been commissioned for public and private collections in the United States and internationally. Among her most popular work is the six-foot-tall bronze grizzly bear named Pathfinder. In 1994, the work was placed at Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado, where students created a custom of kissing the bear for good luck during exams.
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