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Even though my parents discouraged every art project I ever took, I still persisted. Now that I have grandkids, there is no reason I can’t put all of my energies into my creative side. I’ve done some kind of art, from woodworking to rugs to faux painting my entire life. My long-time friends out testify that I’m always doing something creative the entire time we have been friends. My husband would wearily agree with them. Some have been successful and many not if you look at it from a financial standpoint but there is so much more to my art than money.

This is where I am today. Tomorrow is just a guess but I’m sure it will be something abstract. Truly, I can’t draw and I’m fine with that. I enjoy the feeling of watching the colors take on their own personality. The largest majority transform over several hours or several days so what I start out with is not final at all. What a joy!  My studio is my sanctuary - no computers, phone, or even a clock is there.  I don’t care about anything else when I’m there.  When I’m done, I’m done.

I hope you enjoy what I do.  It may look disjointed and crazy but it keeps me grounded and sane. Thanks for taking a look.



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