is a lifelong naturalist whose experiences with wild and
domestic life brings to her easel the artistry, beauty and
mystique of the flora and fauna that surround her life.
Someday Station Studio is located at her farm in Chardon,
Ohio and is shared presently with donkeys, horses, sheep,
goats, dogs, cats, geese, chickens, rabbits, birds and a
pot-bellied pig, all of which provide inspiration and
ambiance. As Noah reportedly provided a safe haven for
all creatures great and small so also would
"If I could, I would save them all."
She is a member of Tri-County Artists, Creative Artists
Association, Plein Aire Painters of Ohio, Hillcrest Art
Association, Euclid Art Association, Lakewood Art League,
and is an Associate of The Ohio Watercolor Society.
Many of her paintings exemplify a favorite saying, "Not
Exactly . . . But Not Exactly Not."
has studied with many local and nationally known artists.
Her work is seen at many juried shows and her paintings are
in private collections throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, New
York, Kentucky, Arizona, Florida, Wisconsin, Hawaii and
Germany. Recent Awards include Best of Show, Mayor's
Award, First, Second & Third Place, and Honorable Mention.
Presently her time is divided with teaching "The Thirteen
Steps" To Better Painting at various locations in Northeast
Ohio and Maine . . . and painting.
artwork is available as Original Watercolor Paintings and
Beautiful Greeting Cards. She also offers Workshops,
Private Lessons and is available for Custom Commission Work.
are old when regrets take the place of dreams - not
too old yet - and a
good day is when you can get up in the morning and put paint on paper."