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Of all the other gifts I receive from making art, sharing it with others is uniquely special. The connections between me and you, or, you and the art, bring fresh energy. I appreciate your time, reflections and insights.

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Works in progress in Studio 207 @ ArtSpace

Works in progress in Studio 207 @ ArtSpace

New works featured from my studio

New works featured from my studio

Studio 207 @ ArtSpace /201 E Davie St/Raleigh,nc

Welcome to the place where I make my art. ArtSpace welcomes the public to visit professional artists working within their studios. Everyday something new happens in my studio, Studio 207. 

Studio Hours:  Tuesday- Friday 11-4, and Saturdays by appointment


First Fridays / 6-10 pm  

I'm always in my studio and enjoy connecting with you.  And ArtSpace exhibits new work in the main galleries, too.


Let's Paint

Summer Arts Program @ ArtSpace / ages 5-7  /  Session 6 - July 23 - 28, 2018  A new adventure everyday as we ask "what if....?".  Explore senses, develop creativity and motor skills with painting, drawing,  and storytime.


Featuring Juliet Barrus, Ellen Hathaway, and Kevin LePrince  

City Art Gallery/ 511 Red Banks Rd/Greenville, NC

March 23-April 28, 2018

Opening Reception Friday, March 23/ 6 - 8 pm

New works on view as I am honored to be showing with these esteemed artists. Juliet is a native North Carolinian, like me, and Kevin LePrince hails from Charleston, SC. The gallery will be brimming with southern art. 

Season of Singing, 2018. Acrylic mixed media on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

Season of Singing, 2018. Acrylic mixed media on canvas, 36 x 36 inches


Eyes of the Dove, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

Eyes of the Dove, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

Abstraction featuring Judy Crane, Ellen Hathaway, and Ashley Hine

The Little Gallery at Smith Mountain Lake / 16430 Booker T. Washington HWY / moneta, VA

July 7- August , 2018

Abstract Art is not a product, rather it is a process. Each artist may gather inspiration from a flower, a dream or a feeling. Then she distills the imagery and designs space to offer a new way of seeing.