I’ve been doing art all of my life, it is my passion. As a preschooler – crayons, finger paints and colored pencils were my speciality. Through my formative and teen years, my art was full of moodiness and angst. As I grew to an adult, my art reflected in what spoke to me. As a brain cancer survivor/patient, my art has taken a different direction, it is more fluid with the illusion, more than the specific details. I still love the details, but it is not the most important thing.
Left: Spring on the Plains, Online exhibit "Dramatic Skies"
Above Right: Will have a booth at the Windsor Harvest Festival,
3 & 4, 2023
Below: "Rising Buffalo", Honorable Mention in Artists Network Magazine, Sept. Issue