Creating art is a daily part of who I am as well as wife, mother, and doting grandmother. What I use to create art may change and have seasons for one medium or another but the constant, is to create and explore Godís beautiful creation through that medium. For me, making art is one the times I commune with God the most and where my relationship with Him is intensely noticeable. Itís my desire to always glorify Him with the art I create with encouraging and uplifting beauty and creativity, that at times, tells a story.
I am primarily self-taught, living in the Southern California desert, with a year at Philadelphia College of Art and art classes at Antelope Valley College. My work has shown locally and I have done several commissioned pieces: Hopeís Flight ~ an illustration commemorating 100 years of Women in Aviation for a local aviatrix; a portrait of Rick D. Husband, United States Airforce Colonel, astronaut and space shuttle commander of STS-107(Columbia), for the Test Flight Class of 2004 at Edwards Airforce Base, CA where it hangs in the US Test Pilot School student lounge named in memory of him; and many private portraits.