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Thank you for visiting my web site.  As an evolving site, you will discover new works-in-progress and exhibition updates from time to time as you return for another look.   You can also find me on Instagram (click below). 
            Scroll down for biographical and exhibit information.


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My Story

I was a teen when I first envisioned myself as an artist.   Each large, magnificent, finished piece was moved outside to my garden where the sculpture's angles and shadows would change in the sunlight over the course of a day, or a season.  In that imaginary world, I was an artist and I was engaged and profoundly happy.

The work that opens this web site is titled “Act III” and represents my decision to pursue art full-time.  I completed it in two days, inspired by a piece of Cartier jewelry I saw in the September issue of Vogue magazine.  It is aptly named for it represents the birth of the third chapter or “Act” in my adult life after retiring from two lengthy and completely different careers – one in corporate America and the second as an independent school administrator.  I am a self taught artist and I love my Act III.  While I suffer from imposter syndrome, each time I look at this sculpture, it gives me the confidence to work harder and remain focused on my goal: to produce work that speaks, that inspires, and that powerfully moves the viewer.

Act III, along with four other sculptures, earned a juried decision for my entry into the National Association of Women Artists.  Created in 1889, it is the oldest women's fine art organization in the country.  I am honored at being invited to become a member of this esteemed group of women.


Telfair Museum Annual FAAA Exhibition: February 23 - July 15, 2023

         Work on display: "Emergence"

         Opening Reception: 2/23/2023 5:30pm-7:30pm

          Kennedy Fine Arts Gallery, Savannah State University

          Telfair Friends of African American Arts - Member Exhibition

...But some of us are Brave: January 20 - March 24, 2023

         Work on display: "Stop! #MeToo"

Opening Gala: 1/20/2023 5pm-8pm

Artists' Roundtable Discussion: 2/25/2023 1pm-2:30pm

Savannah Cultural Arts Center 201 Montgomery St., Savannah, GA 31401

Group Exhibit of selected local Black female artists


Small Works: June 15 - July 31, 2022. Work displayed: "Emergence"

National Group Exhibit (juried)  #Virtual NAWA Gallery 

National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA)

A Year in Blue: November 27, 2020 - January 4, 2021 Work displayed: "Could I?"

Group Exhibit at SOWA Gallery, Boston, MA

Massachusetts Chapter of NAWA (

Art and Activism: October 27 - November 23, 2020 Work displayed "Stop! #MeToo"

Group Exhibit in SOWA District of Boston, MA

Massachusetts Chapter of NAWA (


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