The longer I live the more I realize that
life requires constant courage.
As I take risks with my art,
I find myself able to take risks in other areas in my life.
As I learn and grow through my creations,
I find myself wanting to learn and grow in other areas.
As I find freedom and courage in taking my art a new direction,
I find my freedom and courage in life, in my relationships.
If there's one thing I've learned so far through
my artistic journey, it is that I need to create.
I was born to create.
Other things you might want to know about me:
I live in San Marcos, California (just north of San Diego) and
I'm married to a very good guy. We have two boys, 4 & 1.
I teach first grade part time. Best job in the world, besides being a mama.
I love God. Lots. I honestly don't know how I'd do this life without him.
I lived & taught in Hong Kong for 2 years. I loved every minute of it.
I love Young Life. I was a Young Life kid & a leader for 14 years.
All through my 20s I thought I missed the art boat.
I didn't start experimenting with mixed media
until 4 years ago, when I was pregnant with our son.
I love Henri Nouwen, Richard Foster, John Piper, & Philip Yancey.
I dream of living on a farm, except in my dream
someone else is doing all that farm work.
I just get fresh eggs every morning.
Love doesn't begin to describe the relationship I have with coffee.
I dream of riding down the Grand Canyon on a mule
with my family & going on a safari in Africa.
I love jeopardy & alex trebeck.
I am working on "surrender" in all areas of my life.
I am learning daily that dreams really do come true.
Sounds cheesy, but I don't care, it's totally true for me.
All of my art dreams are coming true. Every day.
And I find myself having to dream bigger dreams.
It's thrilling and wonderful and surprising and scary.
Do I dare disturb the universe?
Yes, I dare.
The encouragement and connection I get from kind souls keeps me going.
Please contact me any time.