After 30 years as a Food Consultant specializing in food styling for photography, I exchanged my tools for artist brushes when we retired and moved from Chicago to St. Simon's Island, Georgia. I enjoy the challenge and variety of watercolor painting techniques and have been inspired creatively by mixed media abstract studies. Often preparing backgrounds in advance, I find that subjects and scenes evolve.

Having studied with several art teachers locally in Georgia, I am especially thankful to Betty Caldwell who erased all fears of watercolor, Bob Fisher and Lynn St. Clair who broadened my base as a watercolor artist and Linda Wunder and Ella Cart for their guidance and critiques as I expanded into mixed media.


Georgia Watercolor Society, Jekyll Island Art Association and Glynn Visual Arts


2009: Brunswick Library, Coastal National Exhibition,

2010: Glynn Art, “Clay, Water and Wood”, Hospice of the GI

2011: Marsh’s Edge, Hospice of the GI, JIAA Spring Festival

2012: Glynn Art Members Shows, JIAA Spring Festival,GCA

2013: “Coastal Art – A Different View”, JIAA + Spring Festival, GCA

2014: “Waterworks” Glynn Art Association, JIAA Spring Festival, GCA

          “Journeys in Watercolor”, Brunswick Library

2015: JIAA Spring Festival, Valdosta Spring into Art, Juried Coastal National

2016: “New Beginnings” Glynn Visual Arts; June – Ritz Theater

Several of my watercolor paintings are on display at local businesses throughout Georgia and are in private collections. Giclée reproductions of several watercolor originals are available in various sizes. Please contact me if you have any questions. You can also keep in touch with what I am doing by following my art blog.

Thank you and enjoy!