After graduating with a BA in Photography and Fine Art from California State University, Long Beach, I worked in corporate theater for many years. I provided visual design for major corporations such as NBC, Piper Aircraft, Ford Motor Corporation, Harley Davidson, and Women in Film just to name a few. At the age of 40,I retired from the corporate world to raise a family with my husband.
Since 2013 I have focused on the process of printmaking and found it to be the perfect medium that allows me to fuse images and/or photography with a hands on approach to the final creation: the print. Much of my work is inspired by my faith in God, my inner struggle to find God’s truth, and the complexity of human nature to the simplicity of nature around us. My work is sometimes whimsical, sometimes contemplative and sometimes ambiguous.
I have been a volunteer at the Irvine Fine Arts Center's Open Studio for printmaking since 2014. I am a member of the Fallbrook Artist Guild, Fallbrook Art Association , and CIVA.
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