Amie Potsic interviews Rebecca Segall about her acquisition of the Gross McCleaf Gallery, her artistic connections to PAFA, and her perspective on stewarding the gallery into the future.
Rebecca Segall is the owner and director of Gross McCleaf Gallery, an institution in Philadelphia’s Fine Arts community for the last half-century. An accomplished artist herself, Rebecca is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and has also had a career in consumer products sales as an on-air specialist for the QVC television shopping network, as well as in real estate brokerage representing developers in the sale of residential properties.
Rebecca is a member of the Board of Directors of the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization focused on meeting the therapeutic needs of children who have experienced trauma in the city’s diverse communities. She is also a member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s South Asian Art Committee.