Throughout my life I have participated in many group exhibits. However, my first solo show was at Audubon with photography. This was especially exiting to me because of my lifetime love of all things in the environment in which I lived and traveled. At present, this passion often inspires art depicting Cape Cod life, and my experiences of being a camp counselor at Wellfleet Sanctuary, relishing being outside in nature everyday.
After retiring from art teaching in the Provincetown Schools, I joined the Outer Cape White-Line Printmakers. This group was made up of many people of whom I had enjoyed knowing through the years as colleagues, parents, friends, and many related contexts. White-line printing known as “the Provincetown Print” was invented there in the early 1900’s. I also enjoyed being part of the Provincetown Trap Sheds on MacMillan’s Pier, a place for Artist to show their work. I am thrilled to now be a member of the Coastal Craft Gallery Cooperative of Artists, showing my white-line woodcuts and other printmaking media, painting, mixed media, illustration, pastel, and cards.
More about me is in “Artist Profiles” under the “Membership” column on the menu bar at www.artsfoundation.org