I see my work as a visual conversation in contrast and relationship; visual and human. Asymmetry and repetition play important roles. My process is rarely a straight line from concept to completion and although I set out with a preliminary ideas, I usually end up learning where I was going only after a piece is finished. 

Wearable art is personal and therefore takes the idea of relationship a step further. The viewer becomes the wearer and the setting is not a wall, but a person.


Kutztown University, 1986-90

Past Shows and Events: 

Pile of Craft, Baltimore MD, April 27 2019

ACC Baltimore, Baltimore MD, Feb. 22-24 2019

Holiday Heap, Baltimore MD, Dec. 15, 2018

Craft+Design, Richmond, VA November 16-18, 2018

Bellefonte Art Museum, March 2018

Bellefonte Art Museum,  Bellefonte PA November 2015

Buffalo Creek Gallery, Shelby NC, 2014

Adorned, Danforth Gallery, Livingston MT, 2013

The State Museum of Pennsylvania,  Harrisburg PA, 2010


Polymer Clay Global Perspectives

Belle Armoire

Polymer Clay Daily

Handmade in PA


Indie Fixx

Love My Art Jewelry

Scoutie Girl

Parole de Pate

Tractor Girl

Step by Step Wire Jewelry

Polymer Arts