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My art work explores the connection we have with the world of nature, how one moment can be forever remembered in our memory, and how putting together remembered moments make up the whole picture.
I would call myself a collage artist. I began as a painter as a very young child. And in college I studied biological illustration. The mysteries that nature shares have always intrigued me.
I live at the base of the Cascade Mountains and from my home I look down on the Klamath River in Southern Oregon. Overhead is the Pacific Flyway, the ancient sky-path of thousands of migratory birds. This is my inspiration.

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  • Born on May 14
  • Joined December 28, 2008

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beeswax, encaustic medium and tints, watercolor papers, rice paper, wood, metal, tin, rusty objects, objects from nature, paints of all kinds, pencil and pen, to name just a few

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About

My art work explores the connection we have with the world of nature, how one moment can be forever remembered in our memory, and how putting together remembered moments make up the whole picture.
I would call myself a collage artist. I began as a painter as a very young child. And in college I studied biological illustration. The mysteries that nature shares have always intrigued me.
I live at the base of the Cascade Mountains and from my home I look down on the Klamath River in Southern Oregon. Overhead is the Pacific Flyway, the ancient sky-path of thousands of migratory birds. This is my inspiration.

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