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Tree Talkers

Tree Talkers
Sculpture (H 32in x W 19in x D 14in)
The Traveler

The Traveler
Sculpture (H 15.25in x W 19in x D 3in)
Dreamtime Monument

Dreamtime Monument
Sculpture (H 39in x W 29in x D 44in)

The Offering

The Offering
Sculpture (H 53in x W 14in x D 15in)
A Gentle Rein

A Gentle Rein
Sculpture (H 16in x W 16in x D 7in)
Daydreamer

Daydreamer
Sculpture (H 14.5in x W 8in x D 14in)

Giving and Receiving

Giving and Receiving
Sculpture (H 11.5in x W 4in x D 3.5in)
In the Moment

In the Moment
Sculpture (H 9.5in x W 9in x D 10in)
Sea Shell Fetish

Sea Shell Fetish
Sculpture (H 10in x W 6in x D 8in)

Play is Good Medicine

Play is Good Medicine
Sculpture (H 6in x W 13in x D 6in)
Untethered (Koshari Puppet)

Untethered (Koshari Puppet)
Sculpture (H 11in x W 10in x D 13in)
Spirit Journey

Spirit Journey
Sculpture (H 11in x W 14in x D 5in)

I Am Your Strength

I Am Your Strength
Sculpture (H 18.5in x W 5in x D 4.5in)
Three Sisters

Three Sisters
Sculpture (H 13in x W 8in x D 8in)
Burden Basket

Burden Basket
Sculpture (H 18in x W 7in x D 7in)

Resting Spot

Resting Spot
Sculpture (H 4.5in x W 4in x D 7in)
Come Sit By Me

Come Sit By Me
Sculpture (H 6in x W 8in x D 6in)
Mountain Dweller

Mountain Dweller
Sculpture (H 18.5in x W 6.75in x D 5.25in)

Brave One

Brave One
Sculpture (H 16.75in x W 6.25in x D 5.5in)
Quail Run

Quail Run
Sculpture (H 9in x W 3in x D 4in)
Vaquero

Vaquero
Sculpture (H 22in x W 10.5in x D 7in)

The Gift

The Gift
Sculpture (H 19in x W 15in x D 19.5in)
Horse Medicine

Horse Medicine
Sculpture (H 9.75in x W 5in x D 16in)
Dreamtime

Dreamtime
Sculpture (H 15.5in x W 11.5in x D 16in)

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Artist Biography

I’ve been enriched with a loving family and a mother who brought art from all over the world into my everyday life. Looking back at my childhood, I know that creative energies have always been with me. After receiving my BFA and MFA in Sculpture and living the majority of my life in Chicago, I moved to Santa Fe in 1997 where I still reside. The whole creative process is a mystery to me. Creative energies are always around me, some more obvious than others. I am always aware of my surroundings and I feel that I channel life into images through my artwork. The connection can be made through a visual experience, a voice, a word, listening to music, an inner feeling, my imagination or my soul. It’s amazing how and why these images appear and take precedence. If only to capture my feelings and thoughts in a sculpture, that to me is the essence of being an artist. I continue to work with a wide range of materials, including clay, mixed media and bronze.

 

Educational Background 1972-1974 Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, M.F.A. 1967-1971 Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, B.F.A. 1969 The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1963-1967 University of Minnesota High School Public Collections • Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas • State of Illinois, Starved Rock, Starved Rock State Park, Illinois • Great American Art Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia • Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois • Charles A. Wustum Museum, Racine, Wisconsin




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Southwest Art Cover Story, July 2014
Western Art Collector Article, July 2013
Western Art Collector Article, October, 2009

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