I’m a photographer and a folk artist. I’ve never gone to college for an art degree, though I read up on it from time to time. A few years ago, I finished an 18-month apprenticeship for photography under Martin U. Waltz of Berlin.
I document people and environments. I paint saints and visions. I create books for others.
I owned one of the largest galleries in Northern California – Art-O-Culture – representing more than 70 artists in 6,500 sq feet of space in Marysville, California.
I was the executive director for the Arts Council of Beaufort County.
I worked as the midnight shift girl at the Mister Donut in Florida.
I like big old cars.
I like big old dogs.
I have an art car – The Art-O-Mobile.
I was the executive director of the Mary Aaron Museum, the official museum of the City of Marysville, California.
I like the beach.
I shoot nudes.
I don’t like cold weather.