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I was born in Whittier California. I have always loved clay as a child but had to wait until High school to get my hands on some clay. I am sure if it wasn’t for art and P.E I may have not survived High school at all.
Traveled some and ended up in Texas where I started to go to Glassell art school here in Houston. With the love of landscape and gardening handed down from my mother and art school, I learned you do what you love so it was natural for me to make flowers and or organic forms. Nature has a endless supply of inspiration to work from.