Picking up the strands of art interests from fifty years ago has been an adventure and a surprise. After retiring in ’07 from teaching, I thought dabbling in watercolors would be a pleasant hobby. Instead passion for art making has crept up behind me and has become a vital part of my life.
Currently, experimenting with abstraction is my focus. In my artistic expressions I am looking for the universals and archetypes beneath surface realities - creating art beyond the visible. The human figure, is also a subject, —primarily as humans relate and reflect the rhythms of daily life.
Since 2009 I have exhibited with Montgomery Art Association, and have been juried into shows with Gaithersburg Fine Art Association and Rockville Art Association where I have received several awards.