Back by popular demand, we are opening our doors once again! We are excited to invite you to the Texas Hill Country for Summer Sundays. On Sunday, June 27 and Sunday, July 18, we will have the gallery open for browsing, refreshments and good company. Stop by and make a day out of it by visiting some of our favorite places in the area. Hope to see you there!
On May 15 & 16, we opened our doors to my private Hill Country studio and art gallery for an Open House, featured as one of "5 Art Exhibitions You Don’t Want to Miss This Spring" by Tribeza magazine. Thank you for joining us for refreshments, good conversation, tours of my creative space and a preview of my latest artwork. Enjoy highlights below and click through to download photos.
SOLO ART SHOWS
PIECES SOLD (SINCE 2016)
My art is the intersection of my inner creative spirit and the vast Texas Hill Country skies. I face driving rain, wind, scorching sun and moonlit skies to capture what I am seeing in the moment.
Survival, destruction and renewal are part of everyday life in the Hill Country. They’re part of everyday life as an entrepreneur and artist, as well.
I have had my share of each during my career in the advertising industry, but throughout it all, I never abandoned my passion for painting. In fact, I credit my business acumen to training as an artist and draw most of my inspiration from another passion of mine: our family’s Texas Longhorn ranch which serves as my studio and a retreat for creative thinking on Double Heart Ranch.
In painting all my landscapes, I start from the top of the canvas and cascade down to the horizon. I pour my heart into each one. When I’m finished, I want observers to experience what it’s like to take in the magnificence of Double Heart Ranch.
As an advocate for the arts, I am a proud board member of the Texas Cultural Trust, a member of Texas Women for the Arts and on the College of Fine Arts Advisory Council at The University of Texas, where I earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art.