My work engages with the concept of fluidity and change in regard to our life experience and how we acknowledge or deny perception of our state of being. As we are flash transients in life, the goal of my work is to draw the viewer into a state of curiosity, questioning their perception, each understanding the work in ways unique to themselves.
I have lived on a farm for most of my life and settled in my Vermont studio in 2000. I hold a degree in theatrical design from Rutgers University and spent years working in the theater. My three-dimensional work springs from working in theatre crafts.
My work has been exhibited regionally and nationally and my images have been featured in many publications. I am the recipient of two Vermont Arts Endowment Awards, a jury award from the 2016 Festival of Fine Arts Exhibition in Burlington, Vt, and a painting merit award from the Chaffee Center for the Arts in Rutland, Vt.”