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Lived/Active: Arizona      Known for: non objective, mixed media, collage

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted November 2004, is from the artist.

I'm known for non-objective painting in acrylic gold leaf mixed media and a little collage. I lived in Iowa until 1995 when I moved to Scottsdale, Arizona where I raised two children, raised two children, worked in insurance with my husband and held various jobs, never feeling I fit in anywhere.

In 1992, I went back to college for a liberal arts degree at Des Moines Community college. While there I took an elective course in Drawing from Matt Kluber, Artist in Residence for the Des Moines Art Center. I did stick figures in the beginning but continued to take classical drawing and life-drawing classes, and then I continued taking classes at Scottsdale Artists School in drawing and painting. in 1999, I joined the Arizona Watercolor Association and got gallery representation for my work.

My childhood was very difficult as I had polio in 1950, which left me with my left arm paralyzed. My mother was always tearing me down, saying that I could not do anything because I was handicapped but countering this became a journey to grow and to become a better person. I'm so grateful for the process.

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