Paintings are acrylic on canvas, often square in format, and sizes usually vary from 30" x 30" to 6" x 6."
As a visual artist, she is attracted to certain liminal places where land meets the sea, such as shorelines, riverbanks, and islands; particular times of season and day, such as dawn or twilight; and various topographic settlements of earth, such as fields, shifting boundaries, and estuaries. These times and places are valued not only for their physical representations, but also for the inner images that evolve from their contemplation.
Sometimes rapidly, sometimes slowly, the painting hand traces outcroppings, whitewashes, excavations, restorations, lost-and-found lines and masses, blurred and crisp edges, until what is seen and what is felt are harmoniously reconciled.
Images below: "Embarcadero," 'Fields," and "Tidelines," all acrylic on canvas, 30" x 30."