The wide diversity of materials that I use gives me room for imagination, unexpectability and exploration. I am inspired to have the finished product be more than "meets the eye". The materials I use lose their original purpose as they are transformed into soft or hard sculpture.The practical may become impractical. The ordinary may become extraordinary. The ugly may become beautiful. Trash becomes art. The items that I use are seen in everyday life: date books, medical data, gloves, plastic bags, etc. These very personal elements lead me to a design life filled with creating color, texture, dimension and design imagery.
WHITE WEDDING DRESS HAS ALL THE TRIMMINGS
San Francisco Chronicle
Pacific Sun Newspaper
MARIN COUNTY STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM
The Marin Independent Journal
INSPIRED HATS HELP CANCER CAUSE
Present - College of Marin, Kentfield CA.
The New School, Interior Design N.Y.C.
Brooklyn College, N.Y.C. BA
Hats For Hope
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Tohoku-Japan's 2010 Tsunami
COLLECTIVE ACTIONS, Marin Community Foundation. Novato, CA.
RE-VALUE,Plexus Art Group, Falkirk Cultural Center,San Rafael, CA.
HATS OFF TO YOU,Honor Thy Healer Fundraiser for Zero Breast Cancer, Mill Valley, CA.
1 in 100: AMERICA BEHIND BARS
Sanchez Art Center Pacifica, CA.
YOU, ME, US, THEM: Exploring Contemporary Portraiture, O’Hanlon Center for the Arts,
Mill Valley, CA. Juried Show
THE BRA PROJECT: fundraiser for cancer research
Art Work Chester County Art Association, Penn.
1 in 100:AMERICA BEHIND BARS
Oshman Family Jewish Community Center,
Palo Alto, CA.,
FROM TRASH TO TREASURE
First Prize, Best in Show, Marin County Fair,
San Rafael, CA.
TAKE TWO: Refuse Rescued and Recreated O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
Mill Valley, CA. Juried Show,
PRISON PROJECT , Plexus Art Group,
Artworks Downtown, San Rafael, CA.