I am an abstract artist. I paint intuitively by embracing spontaneity to allow passionate paintings to be born through a transforming layering process of acrylics and inks. Each layer informs the next story of paint.  In addition to layers often you will find sand, coffee, glass beads or perhaps even a gum wrapper invoking the question of what story is being revealed.

My creations are bold and expressive abstracts with layer upon layer of paint scrapes, and expressive marks.  I title my artwork by what occurred while painting the piece: my thoughts, what moves me, what struggles I had during the creation of the work, words spoken on the news while painting the art that that resonate to the piece, sometimes a song with lyrics that influence my strokes. I never intentionally start out a painting with the end in mind, all of my pieces create themselves as each layer informs the next into something that is totally surprising and unexpected.

I paint what I feel, how I feel, and each found object in my art continues that story.  It is my hope that you find a connection to my work and might, if only for a moment, become captivated and feel something within yourself.

The life-changing event that turned the corporate pen into a paintbrush was the dark world of Alzheimer’s that struck her mother.   "I could not wait any longer to paint in the event that world captured me as well.  Leaving the boardroom behind, giving up the black high heels was easy when what emerged is a new language expressed on canvas.  This language expresses the freedom and unbound passion to create and let my art direct itself without fear or influences that has previously stifled my intuitive style." 

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