I studied art at the University of West Ga. While raising my daughter and working full time. I was never able to finish my degree. So close and yet so far…..
LOL After the on set of and undiagnosed illness in 2009, life has thrown me a few curves my illness runs it’s course and I have learned to ride the waves after all I have my devices, canes, walkers and wheelchair oh my. I savor each day that I don’t need there assistance, but they are never far from reach. I found myself unable to work traditionally, never being able to count on my body and mind doing what I ask of them.
My supportive husband has always called me an Artist, and I liked that but never dreamed of actually leaving corporate America to pursue my dreams. Now thanks to my illness, it seams they pursue me. I am able to work at home at whatever pace my body allows, and teach polymer clay at our local hobby lobby, in my home studio and through polymer clay guilds. I am blessed to be giving this chance to live my life and follow the dreams I have always had.
I studied many different mediums but sculpting is by far my favorite. I love all things creative and colorful. I especially enjoy art that is functional and can’t seem to touch anything and not add my own flavor. Now that I have a firmer grip on the art of working with polymer clay I push forward hoping to find my own voice in this medium and our world.
I hope to, add a smile to your days, share blessings life has to offer lessons I have learned and most of all hope to inspire you to join me in finding your own voice.