I am a Los Angeles based artist, working in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, mosaics, stained glass, and paint. As well as maintaining an active studio practice, I have taught all over and everywhere. The bulk of my teaching experience was teaching art at Los Angeles County Jail, as part of a high school diploma program. Unfortunately, Covid shut the program down. Currently, I have the good fortune of teaching at Prototypes Rehab Center. This is a wonderful experience, and reaffirms my belief in the healing power of the art making. Together we embark on many wonderful projects – murals, autobiography bookmaking, journaling, puppetry, painting, yoga and meditation.
Prior to becoming serious about devoting myself to art education, I exhibited widely, both with solo and group shows. This was a really great experience. There are so many interesting and rewarding things to do in life, and I am so grateful to have had these opportunities to exhibit my work and meet great people.