I love this quote:

"Look, I want to love this world as though it’s the last chance I’m ever going to get to be alive and know it." -Mary Oliver (October)
Look, if you are reading this- I am thankful for you. I'm thankful for this world we live in.  I know we can make it healthy and wonderful for ourselves and our children and our neighbor's children... I am thankful you took the time to explore my work.

Artist's Statement:

Humanity will decide our ecological future in the coming decade. This is an emergency not only for humanity, but for every species on planet Earth. 

As an Artist, Art Educator & Environmental Educator, I am interested in the intersection of community and creativity. I see ecological connection among species as integral to Earth’s comprehensive community. Committed to listening to scientific wisdom and inspired by the rise of the global youth climate movement, my perspectives as mother, cancer survivor and global citizen compel me to use my skills to represent species who have no means of advocating for themselves.

My acrylic on wood paintings bring to mind ways in which people, nature and objects interact and depend upon one another to form a complex whole that operates (often unrecognized by the participants) as a system.

My current work addresses Threatened, Endangered and Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) in Texas. 5% of the sale of these works will be donated to TPWD Nongame Fund .

You can help by writing your U.S. House Representative to urge them to co-sponsor the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA), H.R.3742


Learn more about my:

50 Word Bio HERE


Endangered, Threatened & Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) Series HERE

 Western Wear & Honky-Tonk Series HERE 

Art Prompt Greeting Cards HERE

Classes & Events HERE




La humanidad decidirá nuestro futuro ecológico en la próxima década. Esta es una emergencia no solo para la humanidad, sino para todas las especies de nuestra planeta.

Como artista, educador de arte y educador ambiental, estoy interesada en la intersección de la comunidad y la creatividad. Veo la conexión ecológica entre las especies como parte integral de la tierra. Comprometida a escuchar la sabiduría científica e inspirada por el auge del movimiento climático juvenil mundial, mis perspectivas como madre, sobreviviente de cáncer y ciudadana mundial me obligan a usar mis habilidades para representar especies que no tienen medios para defenderse por sí mismas.

Mis pinturas acrílicas sobre madera me recuerdan las formas en que las personas, la naturaleza y los objetos interactúan y dependen unos de otros para formar un complejo que funciona (a menudo no reconocido por los participantes) como un sistema.

Mi trabajo actual aborda las especies amenazadas, en peligro y de mayor necesidad de conservación (SGCN) en Texas. El 5% de la venta de estas obras se donará a  TPWD Nongame Fund .