Becca Flis is a sculptor who is passionate about the cast metal process. She is interested in exploring themes of tactility, process, and form in her work. Becca was born in 1992 and received her BFA with minors in Art Education and Art History from Alfred University in 2014. She has taught many workshops, both nationally and internationally, on dung-molding, an ancient mold-making process used to cast metal. Becca's work has been featured in numerous shows, most notably the Curated Student Exhibition at Space One Eleven in Birmingham, AL, 120° Intercollegiate Regional at the Saratoga Arts Center Gallery in Saratoga, NY, as well as a solo room in Magical Events at the Seligmann Center in Chester, NY. Her piece Palm (2014) has been on loan to Alfred University as a part of their art collection since 2014. Becca is currently studying to get her MFA in Sculpture from the University at Albany in Albany, NY.