I am an illustrator shedding light on subjects such as learning differences, choices, and personal progress. Through illustrations and captions I present a unique way to see and talk about these dynamic topics.
Painting with watercolors helps me learn skills like sitting still, planning ahead, and going lightly. My work has been therapeutic for me. The captions are part of my creative process. Observing the subject from many angles, I often learn something new. Painting the laundry gave new meaning to doing the laundry.
My abilities are a gift, and I got tips along the way from my grandmother, three sisters, and high school art teachers. I never formally studied art; I have degrees in psychology and writing and publishing.
Quincy Access Television Interview--watch it here or on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XE-4CS3YTE4
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The boy in the Bible story may have thought his lunch was too small to help a hungry crowd, but he gave it to Jesus. Jesus made it enough. In a similar way, I think when I place what I think might be insignificant into God's hands, God will make it matter and be enough.
My website started February 28, 2012. It is a work in progress.