About Me

Currently, I am the artist in residence for the Printmaking Project at the Dover Art Center.  I attended Mass College of Art and Design and received my BFA with a focus on printmaking in 1982. For twenty years, I continued to make art but only participated in local art fairs and taught classes to students and adults on a limited basis. Then ten years ago, I began to participate in an open classroom experience at New Hampshire Institute of the Arts with 9 to 10 other printmakers. We started to gather and apply to shows together with the goal of promoting the art of printmaking. I am a second year graduate student at MassArt's low residency MFA program and I look forward to finishing next summer and continuing my rigorous yet joyful practice printmaking including serigraph, lino and wood cut and solar plate along with the very traditional etching and lithography. Recently, I have taken the turn to printing and forming my art into the third dimension using textile and resin objects

Artist Statement

As a printmaker and object maker I take natural elements and transform and make them graphically into universal images of themes on living and dying, darkness and light.
A universal tale, simplified in its being not about how I made it but how you see it, an actualized memory.  I invite you to listen to my whispers about thoughts of
loneliness and longing, family circumstances and moments of personal grief. Baring my soul as I should, these familiar narratives are present in us all.

Series started in July/August focused on encouraging women to get out to vote and to become involved in politics whether locally or on larger level.  

"Let Me Speak" is a monoprint with chine colle,