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The unrivaled freedom of nature is the heart of my artistic intention while the messiness, crooked stems and flowing leaves create the structure for my work. My artistic process is as intentional as it is intuitive and thrives among colors that are exploratory, spirit-driven and calm. With awe and a dash of jealousy, I am constantly seeking the perfect imperfection of nature through my art.


Under the surface of leafy layers and passionate mark-making, my work is influenced by my struggles with reconciling the juxtaposition of pain and joy. As a mother, freedom is in short supply, and with a gut-wrenching desire for solitude, motherhood can sometimes feel like an anchor and riptide all at once. But the journey of a mother is the most natural on earth and is unmatched in the depth of love it teaches. Ultimately, it's this disparity that pushes me to create. In my studio is where I find the space and freedom to embrace the unpredictable, trusting my decisions with brush and nib and rejoicing in the uncertainty that comes with making intuitive, deeply rooted, abstract art.


During non-painting and non-momming hours I am an elementary art teacher practicing choice-based art education or TAB. I also run summer art camps for kids and the occasional workshop for adults. My purpose lies in art education and creativity advocacy. These are the reasons why I get out of bed with excitement everyday. 


I am represented by SEABA (The South End Arts and Business Association)  and am a member of the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery located in Burlington, Vermont.

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