Springfield Art Guild
Spiritual Color Veiling, taught by Barbara Thelin Preston, was the beginning
Her work has been accepted into juried shows at River Farm, Green Spring Gardens Park, the Vienna Art Society, Gallery West, Aldie Mill, and the Sewall Belmont House and Museum in Washington, D.C. For the past two years, she has been juried into the bin gallery at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia. She was a guest artist at the ValeArts Fall 2010 art show and sale in Oakton. In September of 2012, she will be in a group show with other collage artists at the Ratner Museum in Bethesda.
She created the cover design for the novella, Mad Dog and for Smoky Ordinary, a collection of short fiction.
Currently, she is a member of the Springfield Art Guild, the Art League at the Torpedo Factory, the Fairfax Council for the Arts, and the National Collage Society.
Proceeds from the sale of her work go to the Robert Packard Center for ALSResearch in memory of her father and brother.