I am a Digital and Mixed Media Artist. I've produced ceramic tile murals for over 15 years and have recently expanded to include fine art pieces printed on archival quality paper and canvas. Using the latest technology and software my creations are unique adaptations of the traditional. My inspiration comes from photographs of rust, metal, wood, brick and other natural textures.
About My Work
- Licensed artist for Conroe Live, Inc. May, 2010 and for second edition sketches in 2012
- Commemorative plaque designed for the Palyam Organization hangs in the Holocaust Museum Houston the Detroit Holocaust Memorial Center, the Clandestine Immigration and Naval Museum in Haifa, Israel and Interfaith-The Woodlands.
- "With Each Breath Music" is part of the permanent collection at The Woodlands High School Art Trust, Feb 2012
The Woodlands High School Art Trust Website
Digital Accents, LLC; Owner 1999-present -ceramic tile murals, architectural renderings, fine art
The Actions of ONE; Co-Founder 2012-present
Conroe Live, Inc.; Vice-President 2011-14
Conroe Art League; President 2011-12, Past-President 2012-13
Lone Star Art Guild; President 2010-11, Past President 2011-12, Database Manager, Webmaster 2011-13
Spring Creek Fine Art; Owner 2010-13 -a catalog of ten of our area’s finest artists
The Woodlands Waterway Arts Council, Inc.; Board member 2009-10, 2011-12, served on the Community Outreach Committee
The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival; Artist Management 2010-11
Why is an artist interested in the world of realty?
I grew up as a "daddy's girl". He was a realtor, builder, developer and all around entrepreneur. I went EVERYWHERE with him. I learned that being a realtor (or even self-employed) takes hard work, perseverance and lots of follow-up to foster relationships with clients. So, if I can help make your professional life just a little easier by providing personalized gifts that reinforce and support what you've worked hard to build---I'm in!
I was once asked, "What's life all about for you?" I thought about it for a bit and said, "Placing check marks in boxes." There is just SO much to experience in this one short life that the only way to keep up is by placing check marks in the boxes alongside my very long list of "things to do before I die".
“Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting ‘Holy shit…what a ride!” -Hunter S. Thompson
The Actions of ONE is a local organization that I founded along with my friend David Gottlieb.
Our mission is to find and present stories of remarkable individuals who act on behalf of others without regard to reward, religion, race, or their own safety.
The first story we will tell is "The Journey Home". The story of this journey begins as Allied troops make their way into the German Death Camps and bring the reality of The Holocaust to the world's attention. Most especially those troops of the 103rd Infantry Division who liberated Dachau and Belsen. We continue to the period of 1945-48 with the American and Canadian volunteers who challenged the British blockade and transported over 30,000 survivors to the Promised Land when no other people in the world would offer them safe haven.