Conversations and Coffee at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center
Please join me on May 16th from 12 to 1 for Conversations and Coffee at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy a relaxed and fun atmosphere where I am going to be sharing my work and my process. No reservation necessary.
Announcing the Opening of 24 Lincoln Art Studios!
I am pleased to announce the opening of 24 Lincoln Art Studios. In partnership with Sharon Weiss Gallery, and Found at Sharon Weiss Gallery, 24 Lincoln promises to become a true artist's enclave. 24 Lincoln is proud to be the only artists studios in the Short North Arts District.
Myself, along with Karen LaValley and Lisa Parks Godfrey will feature open studio visits, artists conversations, and paint outs in the gardens of 20 and 24 Lincoln Street.
2018 Ohio State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition
Cox Fine Arts Center
July 25th to August 5th
For more information, visit the Ohio State Fair website
Sharon Weiss Gallery
My work is represented by Sharon Weiss at the Sharon Weiss Gallery in the Short North Gallery District. For information regarding the gallery, click here.
More About Me
I consider myself a third generation artist. My grandfather was a painter, as well as a cartoon satirist. My father is an accomplished watercolor painter. Art has been an intricate part of my life. I cannot remember a time when I did not pursue art in some fashion. Drawing was something I always did as a child, and my love of drawing continues even today. In college, I studied printmaking and drawing. After college I parlayed my love for art into a successful career as an award winning graphic designer.
I began a more serious pursuit of fine art in 2003, studying with Denver based painter Betty Kirin. I studied for four years at the Denver Art Student’s League with nationally recognized painters Kevin Wechbach and Michelle Torrez. I have been involved in juried art shows in Colorado, Ohio, as well as California. In 2011, my husband and I relocated our family to Central Ohio, where I continue to pursue painting. In Columbus, I have had the privilege to study with accomplished landscape painter and artist Michael McEwan. I currently live in Westerville.