I have been a resident of Spokane WA for over 20 years and have worked in various art mediums. I have studied with Stan Miller, Emma Randolph, Tom Quinn and ShirlyBird.
My passion for the art mediums started in California studying with local leading artists at Fresno State University.
A move to Spokane led me to the Corbin Art Center and The Corbin Community Center with teacher Glenice Nichols.
I have had private showings at the William Grant Gallery and various local restuarants.
I became a member of the River Ridge Assn of Fine Arts and have appreciated their assistance in showing and furthering my education. In 2008, a landscape painting won first place at the Fresno County Fair.
I find working in my community and donating for fundraising very rewarding. Another avenue in my life is a membership with the Washington State Quilters. All works of quilting are donated to charitable groups.
Spokane has become a wonderful city for a home and community participation in the art field. I am pleased to share my love for the arts in Spokane.