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I am the person who always wanted to be an artist but as a child of the ‘60’s my future was to be a teacher, or a nurse then get married and have children. Well, that didn’t work for me. Eventually, I grew up and I moved to Honolulu with my husband and went to the Honolulu Art Academy Studio Program. That was incredible for me and my Art. I saw that I could do what I thought I could.  

We raised the children in Rhode Island. Five years later with two children under my belt, I continued with my Artwork, eventually connecting with Don Stone and Monhegan Island, Maine. Again, I realized I could do what I thought I could do. Out of utter frustration, at the age of 45, I took my 13-year-old daughter and my paints, and we left on a painting trip around the world. Some of those paintings are under Journeys. That trip lasted 270 days. 

When we returned, we patched up the family and a short while later we moved to Florida. I never liked being cold. I learned on my world travels, that I wasn’t cut out to be a Plain Aire Painter. One thing led to another, and I was introduced to Encaustic Painting, which is painting with Hot Wax, which led me to Cold Wax. I was committed to the abstract world of painting.  

Currently, the sky is the limit: I am always learning and currently I am playing with oil, acrylic, watercolor, pen and ink, pencil and Mono printing. I am happy.  

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