Working from her South Devon-based studio Becky creates a coalescence of allegorical art and concepts. These reference the nature and implications of theology, religious violence, guilt, piety, art history, feminism, popular culture and conformity. - defining and considering how these are interpreted in adolescence.

Becky draws inspiration from a childhood immersed in art; her father was writer and artist Peter Draper who in turn was close friends with Hubert (Nibs) Dalwood. Peter was also a founder member of the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. Alongside this creative home life are influences from a lifelong love of Dadaism, Surrealism, Kurt Schwitters and the effect of being a Protestant girl from an unconventional background in a convent school.

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