Artist's Statement

I have created visual art all my life as a reflection of my surroundings, ongoing circumstances, memories, emotions and imagination. Most of my work includes human figures which I enjoy drawing.  Encircling movements occur often, a reflection of natural currents, the flow of ideas, communication, and time.  

I am interested in combining urban references and silhouettes to blend organic and man-made shapes. Currently I am exploring mixed media techniques in painting and printmaking and also  create digital images with Procreate and Photoshop.


All-Level Art Teacher Certification, University of Texas at Austin, 1987

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin, 1980

Atelier Joelle Serve Intaglio Workshop, Paris, France, 1981


Originally from Montréal, Canada, I discovered Austin in the 1970s and majored in printmaking at UT Austin. Afterward I spent time living in France and Albuquerque, NM, working as an illustrator. I returned to Austin and worked at Texas School for the Blind as an art instructor for children with disabilities and later as a graphic designer for their publications.

Currently living in Austin, Texas.


Cover artwork for Dying Unfinished, a novel by Maria Espinosa, Wings Press, San Antonio, TX, January 2009

Poster Artist, New Mexico Restaurant Association’s 50th Anniversary, Albuquerque, NM 1996

Celebrating Women’s Spirituality, 1994 and 1995 Engagement Calendars, The Crossing Press, Freedom, CA

Black Bear Review, Fall-Winter 1990, Volume #12, Black Bear Publications, Croydon, PA

Visions of Excellence V Exhibit Catalog, “Jurying Visions of Excellence," essay by Jim Edwards, 1991


Amity Art Foundation, Woodbridge, CT

Texas Poster Art Collection, 1996-1994, Center for American History, UT Austin