About me

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I live on the seacoast of New Hampshire.  (Yes, that exists and it’s beautiful.)  I’m grateful that all I have to do is walk across the yard to go to work in my 200 year old barn-studio.   It’s like the dream of my childhood and the wish of my heart have come true.

I make art because it has always felt like a natural way to process my world.  I find myself searching for beauty and craving to find interesting and nourishing ways to express it.  I am captivated by light and how its warmth, healing and truth illuminate everything it touches.

I believe that setting aside time for making and appreciating art is an act of self care.  I now understand that the process of art making is an important balm that propels us toward healing.  When I was younger I worried that being creative and artistic was a useless talent to have, but now I consider it both a pleasure and a sacred responsibility. 

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