I have been connected to the nature and star realms since I was a young child. After a profound spiritual awakening, I became aware of the vibrational power of color, crystals, stones and sacred geometry and how they can positively impact our lives. I co-create with cosmic beings to encode my art with the highest Light energy. I create art that can enhance healing, meditation, and accelerate your ability to spiral back out to higher realms of consciousness. My art can also positively affect the energies in your home or office. I will be developing artwork to be used for Feng Shui purposes as well soon.

“Color provokes a psychic vibration. Color hides a power still unknown but real,
which acts on every part of the body.”
~Wassily Kandinsky

I create art in a variety of media, however, my most recent work involves hand-sewing crystals and stones onto canvases and then painting mandalas or a design I am guided to paint in response to the crystals and stones. This creates a powerful combination of color, crystal or stone and sacred geometry energy vibrations.

“Color is all. When color is right, form is right. Color is everything,
color is vibration like music; everything is vibration.”
~Marc Chagall

My artistic training includes a B.A. in Fine Arts and English from Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA and a two-year Expressive Arts and Healing training (visual, writing, sound and movement modalities) at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. I have been a member of IEATA, the International Expressive Art Therapy Association. I am also trained in mindfulness, journal, and clay therapies and facilitate individual or group art sessions including Touch Drawing, mandala art, mask-making, soul collage, vision boards, and other expressive arts. Through my personal experience I know the arts heal, so I served as a community volunteer for 25 years in Florida as a tutor, mentor, literacy project chair, and art appreciation instructor, and facilitated art sessions for many years at a therapeutic group home for teenage girls. I also worked in a professional capacity as an Expressive Arts facilitator for a counseling center with girls and young women.