Born and raised in a small rural town in Central New York, I was introduced to migrating birds at the Montezuma Wildlife Sanctuary when hiking with my father, telling me how important they are to us. Even in the cold early spring, I saw how beautiful they were, both in color and shape.
I’m most comfortable with the medium of watercolor. The serenity of brush and paint and the calming journey of where my art takes me. It seems natural for me to create a peaceful image of a bird, hoping that I can express their beauty and the importance of their presences on this earth.
I reside in Hendersonville with my husband.