Early in my career I moved to Rhode Island where I developed and directed a gallery whose goal was to  teach art to adults with special needs. During this period of fifteen years I exhibited my work throughout New England, in particular Boston and Providence, R.I. Through a mentorship in metal work and a jewelry course at the Rhode Island School of Design my skill in working with metal was developed. In 2004, I moved back to Ontario to pursue art as my full time profession. Growing up in the Kawarthas with it's many lakes and forests has influenced my work. Many of my pieces reflect the landscape that is so much a part of our Canadian heritage.

 Community Donations

Over the past fifteen years I've actively supported  fund raising activities with a number of  non-profit organizations in our region. My donation of art to their fundraising projects is a small token of my appreciation for the support I've received as an artist from the community I live in.

 

The Canadian Canoe Museum

Camp Kawartha

Peterborough Regional Health Centre

Art Gallery of Peterborough

The Art School of Peterborough

Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival

Osteoporosis of Peterborough

Teachers For Kids

Habitat for Humanity

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twin Pines   92"x 48"