Epiphany: on Music and Breaking the ‘Rules’​

I am a professional artist, but what some people don't know about me is that I've played piano since I was eight years old. I was classically trained all the way through college, with a major in art and a minor in music. I took all the ... Read More...

Three’s A Charm

There is great power in the spoken word. As a lover of words - especially beautiful words - I've always known this. But the older I get, the more I realize what a responsibility we have towards what we say or don't say. Words have power to ... Read More...

Finding Community, Finding Mentors

Several months ago, my husband and I moved from Dallas, TX, to Denver, CO. While we moved primarily for family, I was well aware that this “new life” meant leaving the comfort of my established art network, and seeking out a new community ... Read More...

Dispelling Negativity

“That’s not real art.” “When are you going to change your style?” “You have a ways to go…” “I’m not impressed with your understanding of art.” Have you ever been told these things before? I have. And like most artists, I am ... Read More...