I have two Bachelors degrees, both from Marylhurst University—a B.S. in Social Science and a BFA in printmaking/photography.
For twenty years I have primarily been a printmaker and collage artist focused on creating two-dimensional abstract compositions that play with visual balance and motion. In the past few years, I have taken up welding—using scrap metal to create 3-D collages/assemblages. I appreciate the elemental qualities of working with metal and fire — and the rough physicality of the process.
My work is found within personal, academic and corporate collections across the country.