I am a visual arts educator and watercolor artist. I’ve had many diverse experiences teaching. I started my career during my student teaching in Many Farms, Arizona at a high school on the Navajo Reservation. After completing student teaching and graduating from college, I moved to Phoenix, Arizona for three years and taught art at a K-8 STEM school.
Currently, I am the Fine Arts Department Head and teach Ceramics and Photography courses at a high school just outside of Indianapolis; in the
I’m interested in the fluid nature of watercolors and learning how to “go with the flow” as opposed to trying to control the medium. I have found much relaxation in my varied line paintings, a style that appears in my work consistently. I am also infatuated by the idea of minimalism, clean spaces, and the “less is more” concept.; thus, many of my pieces have small color palettes and crisp lines.
While I create my own work which holds personal significance, I also love creation artwork that brings joy to others lives. Often, I will work with customers to create custom watercolors in order to meet a vision they wish to carry out.
I am the June Featured Artist at the Yelp Indy Elite Party on June 29th. I will be painting watercolor postcards in my varied line style as gifts for those in attendance.
Pricing of paintings varies based on size, style, etc. Please refer to my Etsy shop or send me an email with any questions.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Ball State University. I completed my student teaching through the cultural immersion program at IU and taught on the Navajo Reservation.
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