I have been expressing myself through art for as long as I can remember–since before I had a developed verbal vocabulary!
I grew up in Atlanta, GA and studied art at Red Wall Art Studio (now Asa’s Alley) with Charlene Shikany and at Woodward Academy. I spent a formative semester as a junior in high school at The Oxbow School in Napa, CA. Since then, I have lived briefly in Great Barrington, MA; Los Angeles, CA; and Salt Lake City, UT. I currently make my home in Sedona, AZ.
Making art grounds me. I cannot remember a time when art-making did not soothe me and bring me joy.
In addition to making and looking at art, I love to travel, cook, read fantasy and science fiction novels, watch movies, and spend time in nature. I am passionate about environmental protection and sustainability and about social justice. Above all, I love to learn!
The story of the 🔺— The red triangle is something I started doodling in middle school — red is my favorite color, but then I remembered many occasions in preschool in which I drew triangles over and over with a scarlet crayola crayon (my forever favorite crayon). I was obsessed with getting it perfect; I wanted to draw a perfect equilateral triangle. So, once I remembered that determined 5-yr-old’s mission, I began to draw the red triangle at the bottom of any piece of paper, even exam pages, on which I had drawn or doodled—thus sealing the fate of the red triangle as my permanent artistic signature.
Chattahoochee Nature Center, Roswell, GA
La Europa Academy, Salt Lake City, UT
Private Collections in Albany, GA; Albuquerque, NM; Alexandria, VA; Asheville, NC; Atlanta, GA; Augusta, GA; Columbia, SC; Fayetteville, AR; Philadelphia, PA; Salida, CO; Sedona, AZ; and Washington, DC