Artist Statement:
Inspired by nature and biology, my installations explore organic architecture and environment, where details seemed larger than life, and while one’s own body seemed to shrink in comparison, one’s perspective shifted accordingly.

I am a studio artist living and working in Seattle. My artwork has been shown in Japan, and nationally at venues that include: Vrej Baghoomian Gallery in NYC, Seattle Art Museum’s “Party in the Park”, the Mirabella Foundation in Seattle, Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, and The Rymer Gallery in Nashville TN. I was accepted into the Emerging Artist Public Art roster in 2013.

I received her MFA from the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, in 1987/88, and my BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, in 1986. I am a recipient of the Emerging Artist-In-Residence at The Pilchuck Glass School in 1990.