I’m an artist based in South Central Texas. I am documenting in art, natural food sources consumed by hummingbirds as they migrate through Texas. These plants are found in our gardens, landscapes and are naturally drought tolerant. I am creating these botanical illustrations as a way of conservation for this big beautiful planet upon which we live. I have botanical prints for other cottage garden splendors.
I have received a BBA from Sam Houston State Univ. and an MAE from Texas Tech Univ. My work has been shown in juried competitions such as Handweaver’s Guild of America Assoc., “Small Expressions”, Bernina’s “Quilt for a Queen”, in the UK, and “A World of Beauty”, International Quilt Association’s International Quilt Festival. Currently my work is in two private collections: Bernina’s U.K., “Quilt for a Queen” and “Love Ewe”(photography) with Texas Tech University’s private collection, exhibiting at the Hill Country campus. I have been juried by Cara Manes, an assistant curator of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York for the Houston exhibit: Assistance League of Houston “Celebrates Texas Art 2020.”.
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