My current work is inspired by the process of layering marks. The marks coalesce into a community of forms that can become figurative, representative and may create patterns or morph into abstraction. The mark and the line will tell me what to do and what steps to take next, if I am a good listener.
The direction in my representative work is driven by exploration of iconic shapes and images, overlooked beauty in common objects, detritus and perceived nuisances in life. All a constant expansion of themes I've carried in my mind's eye throughout my career as an artist.
My studio is located in a refurbished
antique English-style barn. I work in a few mediums: watercolor, oil, acrylic, one-of-a-kind monotypes and limited edition drypoint etchings created on a large press located in the studio barn. I have a flat file of work as well as framed pieces currently available.
The last few decades I have divided my time and creativity as a fine artist, editorial illustrator, graphic designer, forager, cook, organic gardener, life-partner and mother.