I was the kid who gathered snails in my bucket, created passageways for hermit crab races and found tons of sea glass on the beach. I collected driftwood and glued it into sculptures with bits of that sea glass for color. In high school/college I painted in a beautiful garden with a family friend who was an accomplished botanical artist and someone I looked to as a creative mentor. I have always noticed details and studied color. This collection of beach art is a reflection of the girl who cried every Labor Day.
Though many of the pieces below are private commissions, some are available. Please contact my studio if you see something that interests you or if you have any questions.