Rebecca Cozart

Rebecca Cozart

Keizer, Oregon, United States

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I am a self-taught photographer who like most photographers is always looking for that unique perspective or “special something” in an image. My work embraces and encompasses various styles from clean crisp well-defined images with an interesting and vital point of view to compelling composition and fresh simplicity. My aim is to entice the viewer to look at the details to become aware of the color and form of the subject. I create a certain “look and feel” to my work whether the images are florals, landscapes, water drops, classic cars or just about anything else that catches her eye. My images maintain a “cleanness” about them. Even when using textures to enhance a photo the viewer is drawn in and the subject maintains its focus and importance.

You can also purchase my work here on Redbubble or at her FineArtAmerica site or my Zenfolio site. If you are looking for specific types of images, you can click on the links -florals and water drops and classic cars .

The perfect present for your wife, your Mom, your Aunt…or anyone who loves flowers..a coffee table book of her floral images called BloomsBloomsBlooms".
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All images copyright © 2013 Rebecca L. Cozart. Copying and displaying or redistribution of these images without permission from the artist is strictly prohibited.

  • Joined: December 2007


Third book published

Just published a third collaborative book…a friends poetry and my images. It’s called “Spring Intermezzo”. Makes great Christmas gift. We have one more season to go…summer /
Posted 10 months – 5 comments

New Book Published!

Another collaboration with a good friend who writes wonderful poetry. My images, her words Mid-Winter Comfort Not your rhyming/Blake/Wordworth poems (I’m an English/Journalism major and have read enough of that kind of stuff to last a lifetime!). Moody images, happy words. Take a look…hope you like it. Available in softbound, hard bound and with a dust jacket. / Our other book: …
Posted over 1 year – 13 comments

To Tripod or Not To Tripod

The answer to the question is here
Posted almost 2 years – 4 comments


Working together to create a product and rationing what part each person plays in the mix…COLLABORATION. / I work for the Oregon Community College Association, the lobbying group which, among other things, assures state funding is available for the 17 community colleges in the state. My job includes coordinating meetings with each of the college presidents, developing and implementing the …
Posted almost 2 years – 2 comments