I am a multidisciplinary artist residing in my hometown of Woodland Park, Colorado with my husband and kids. I believe art is a service industry and it is my distinct honor and joy to share the act of creative collaboration with others.
In regards to what I make: I happily employ any and all media that tells the best story and happens to thrill me (and my client) at the time. This includes photography, traditional media such as acrylics and oils, three-dimensional materials, digital arts, or any combination of these disciplines. My work has found homes in private collections across the United States and has been featured at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, Commonwheel Artists' Co-Op, The Depot Art Gallery, and The Mountain Arts Festival.
In regards to what I teach: I regularly teach visual art to folks from age 3 to 93. I believe that creativity is native to the human operating system and that my primary role as a teacher is to facilitate the discovery (and re-discovery) of this trait through the visual arts. I have completed over 250 professional development hours of arts education and therapeutic arts training and certification through MoMA, The Smithsonian Institute, The National Art Educators Association, California State University, The National Gallery of Art, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
When not making or teaching art, I enjoy cooking, hiking, and Broncos football. I may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (719) 493-3423. I welcome big ideas, what ifs, and wild hairs.
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