About the Art
As a midwestern farm wife in love with farm life, my work captures the values and traditions of farm, ranch, and rural living through scenes such as weathered old barns, rusty tractors, and farm children following in the footsteps of the generations that came before them. Farm and ranch living creates a special connection with the created and the Creator, also inspiring images such as horses, cattle, and rural landscapes.
As any farmer or rancher knows, small details can have significant impact on their operation. Therefore, I strive for accuracy in my work by using mediums such as graphite, colored pencil, and pastel. These mediums not only allow me to create fine details, but as dry mediums, they allow me to pick them up and put them down at a moment’s notice, should my farm duties call me away from the studio.
I hope you enjoy an authentic peek inside the beauty of farm and ranch living through the eyes of an artist farm wife.
Education and Awards
-Member Richmond Art Museum
-Member Whitewater Valley Arts Association
-2019 Indiana State Fair Art Exhibit
-2019, 2017-2014 Richmond Art Museum Annual Exhibit, Juried Works
-2017 Colored Pencil Society of America Artspectations Show
* Honorable Mention Non Signature Division
-2016 An Equine Jubilee, Juried Work
-2002 BS Degree in General studies with a concentration in Fine Art from Indiana University-East.