Since living on the Easton Shore these the last twenty years, I have become more in touch with nature. I love using various art mediums such as charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, and pastel to express my love of color in nature and find my subjects both locally and in my travels in the US and abroad. I have become particularly interested in wildlife as you can see in my paintings.
I have worked with children in my professional life as a child therapist before I retired and enjoyed the childlike wonder that all these children had and have tried to maintain that connection with my inner child as well in my artistic expression and art. It is so much fun to make marks and see color and shapes turn into something visually appealing and compelling that is truly an expression of who we are.