My watercolors are interpretive and evocative rather than realistic. They tend to feature bare trees and a raven or two against a color - intense sunset sky. My first oil painting, at age 13, was of a bare tree on a hill at sunset. This just may be an obsession.
I studied stone carving with Lakota carver Delbert Charging Crow and have been carving hands and whimsical creatures now for 16 years (but who is counting?) using files, rasps, and chisels but no power tools.
I have lived in Iran, Liberia and five US states and traveled over much of the world. This varied and interesting background influences all my work. Each of my pieces is meditation, affirmation, and prayer.