I am an emerging representational artist working in watercolor. Dogs and canine themes feature prominently in my work but I am also inspired by equestrian, floral, and nature themes. I favor saturated color, dramatic light and close-up perspectives. My work invites viewers to discover often overlooked details and celebrate the positives in our relationships with animals and the natural world.
I work out of my Brindle Studio in Castleton, Virginia. When not in the studio, I enjoy trail riding on my mule Emma; walking with my dogs; and sketching on location at interesting places in Virginia.
- Canine Art Guild
- Piedmont Council for the Arts
- Rappahannock Association for the Arts and the Community (RAAC)
- Windmore Foundation for the Arts
Shows & Exhibits
- Canine Art Guild “Old Friends” Online Exhibit, Spring 2012
- Windmore Artists 16th Annual Show & Sale, September 2011
- River District Arts’ Associates’ Show, November 2011
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