In 1992 as a Special Education teacher, I participated in the 7th grade art curriculum along with my students. That was the very beginning of my art career. My work now includes: pen & ink, watercolor, graphite, colored pencil, and my newly discovered “Stonedust Color” technique in which I extract color from stones to create my own watercolor paint. The resulting watercolor paints are then used to create paintings of multi-colored stones and rocks. Currently I have started to invite children at my shows to join me in hand-coloring prints of my “Beach Rocks Revisited” series.
Since 2011 my work has been part of a fine art touring exhibit, “The Road Not Taken”, inspired by the poetry of Robert Frost. The exhibit has been touring libraries, nature centers, community venues and theaters across New Hampshire and features approximately 30 works that reflect a variety of personal interpretations of the works of one of America’s most inspiring poets, Robert Frost.