Originally from Winchester Ma., I moved to The Pinehills in Plymouth with my husband in 2003. We have 4 children and 7 grandchildren.
I have a BFA in Fine Arts and an M.ED
I started taken Watercolor lessons in 2006 upon the prodding and inspiration of my mother, Muriel Davis, a wonderful watercolor painter from Rockport, Ma.
I have been studying under Andrew Kusmin and Donna Jonas since then. I have been delighted to be accepted into 5 juried shows and to have been awarded in two.I focus on landscapes, florals and gorgeous views. I paint on commission doing house portraits, murals and interior design paintings.
My work can be seen on and at my private studio by appointment.
I am currently featured in the Russell Gallery in the Plymouth Center For The Arts , Artist Exposure Gallery at 26 Howland Street in Plymouth, Ma. and the North River Community Church gallery in Pembroke, Ma. I also can be seen at many area art fairs on the south shore throughout the year.
Not even enough time to devote to the joy of living! The challenge of expressing that will take
the rest of my life. My passion for the arts started at a very young age. I took ballet, piano, violin and became a National Thespian in high school. I had dreams of one day becoming a singer in a band and to be an actress. In college I initially majored in architecture and graphic arts but quickly switched to fine arts. This passion to be creative showed up in home decorating, cooking and parenting. All the while I still kept doing printmaking, drawing and sculpture. As I was a single parent of two boys I took on teaching crafts, grew many gardens and stayed focused on the beauty of All of God’s creation.Sounds like a cliche but NOW more than ever we need to STOP and stare at the beauty, take it inside and hold it safely there.