"The King", 6"h x 6"w, Acrylic on Wood, 2017

There must be a moment when you look at painting.

A small, almost undetectable moment, when the bouncing light waves, retinal ricochets, sputtering synapses, finally come together as art. Vision races from the starting gate of shadow, to color, to object, and finally to full composition in a split second. The brain outruns the mind.

That is an uncatchable moment that Rebecca Bangs somehow manages to catch.
— By Margaretta Ryan of UGallery | August 24, 2016