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I’m a late bloomer in my art career, yet it seems like I’ve been waiting my whole life to paint. My mother was a pianist and I grew up in a house full of music. I showed musical talent early on, one thing led to another and after my flute study I began free-lancing in San Francisco. During that time I performed with world-renowned conductors and artists while playing in the San Francisco Symphony.
The substantial physical demands of flute playing on my hands eventually meant giving it up, but now I had every reason to paint. I began in earnest in 2002 in a plein air watercolor class painting in the spectacular Sonoran desert every week. I was hooked and never looked back.
After returning to my native California in 2004 I studied and took art courses, began entering shows and receiving awards. I became active at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center and with WASH, and joined the High Hand Artist Cooperative in 2016.
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