Like most creative people I have always been surrounded by other artisans of all kinds in my life. My friends and family encompass all things “art” from stained glass makers and quilters, to photographers and web designers. My mother is a quilt and fiber artist. Color and its function were of the utmost importance in our home. I spent the formative years of my life in Bethel New York, the site of the original Woodstock festival in 1969. The community and heartfelt emotion of that concert lived on long after the show was over. It pours into to lives and work of all who lived/live there. You can’t help but to have an appreciation for all things creative. My palate growing up was a typical fall in NY, a myriad of colors as the trees turn from green to gold and red and brown and yellow. This as well as my friends and family are where my appreciation for art and nature grew roots. The last seven years of my life have been spent in Naples, Florida. I reside here with my husband of 7 years and our six year old son and 2 year old daughter. I enjoy Naples very much. I can’t imagine living anywhere else. In these last few years, boating and the beach have become less of a pastime and more of a lifestyle. Some may look at not “specializing” in one form of art or another as a negative. I look at it as positive. These styles become a mertiage of experience. Blending and flourishing into a bouquet of services that compliment each other well. Any artist can bring “a style” to their work. I think my background affords you at least two. I am a little New York, a little Florida. A little bit, outdoorsy and a little five star. I am capable of traditional, and revel in the contemporary and unique. I invite you to see what our ideas when put together can do. I promise you that it will be distinctive and individual.