About the Artist

They all told me I'd grow out of it, but horses are a never-ending source of inspiration for me.

My creative expression has always been driven by a deep passion for horses, and yet, it took many years for me to realize that making art was an important part of my life.

My education in art history has given me a strong theoretical and conceptual foundation, but my sculpting technique is almost entirely self-taught. It has taken me many years to develop my unique style.

I sculpt with ceramic, and also air dry clay, and paper, often mixing mediums to take advantage of each media's strengths. My quiet, yet gestural sculptures are richly layered with contrasting shapes and textures, often with hidden elements for the curious observer to discover. I like to push the boundaries of traditional materials and concepts to develop art that both challenges and delights the viewer.

For available artwork, visit the Art section. I also share tips and techniques for artists in my Blog

Publications & Media

Beautiful Bizarre Magazine - Join the Tribe, Sept 2020

Chronicle of the Horse - Art Gallery Feature, Dec 2018

CBC Radio - North By Northwest with Sheryl McKay, Nov 2017

Horse and Style - 2015 Holiday Gift Guide 


2022 (July - Sept)
"Postmodern Equestrian". Squamish Public Library - Squamish, Canada

"Flying Solo". Circle Craft - Vancouver, Canada

"Equine Art Gallery". Dressage Masterclass Weekend with Carl Hester - Langley, Canada

Circle Craft Art Market - Vancouver, Canada
(Received the Gold Award for Excellence in Craft)

"Art in the City" - Vancouver, Canada

"Equine Visions". WHAM Art Gallery - Surprise, AZ 

"Horse in Art". National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art at Palace House - Newmarket, UK

Harmony Arts Festival - West Vancouver, Canada

"Discovery: Line". Seymour Art Gallery - North Vancouver, Canada

"Positively Petite". Place des Arts Gallery - Coquitlam, Canada