As an artist, my goal is quite simple, explore the world around me and express what I see and feel the best way I know how.
My materials of choice have changed. I used to do the bulk of my work in pen and ink with washes or watercolor. I’ve discovered a whole new approach with colored pencils and have fallen in love with the medium.
Colored pencil is very time intensive, but with it I can move toward the realism I enjoy capturing in my work. And it has also refueled my first love, which is the faithful graphite pencil.
CPSA Chapter 104
|“Art Models: Life Nudes” Book by Doug and Maureen JohnsonEight of my drawings appear in this book|
First Place in Drawing
Body Eclectic 2007
Lawrence Street Gallery
|American Artist Magazine
December 2007 70th Anniversary Competition
Second Place in Colored Pencil
American Artist 70th Anniversary
Merit Award in CPSA Chapter 104
Fall Exhibit Livonia, MI
Spring Issue 2008
—Memberships: –Current Exhibit:
|Ann Arbor Women Artists
Colored Pencil Society of America
Detroit Colored Pencil Chapter 104
|Riverside Arts Center
“AAWA Summer Juried Exhibit”
76 N Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
July 9 – Aug 1, 2015