Welcome and thanks for stopping by my home page! I grew up in South Africa and am the daughter of two well known wildlife artists. Much of my childhood was spent in Africa's vast game reserves observing the great variety of animals that inhabit that continent.
Working in bronze, I've added to the collections of several major corporations with large pieces including a herd of lifesize impala antelope in flight and a pair of dancing crested cranes.
In the United States where I've lived for 15 years, bronze commissions include a sixteen-foot eagle, centerpiece for BellSouth headquarters in Alabama, and a variety of big cat commissions including lifesize leopards and cheetahs for private and corporate collectors.
I feel some animals are better suited to wood. Examples include a partly submerged hippo carved in sleek mahogany and a curled up arctic fox in black walnut. Three pieces have won awards at the National Arts Club. Raccoons, chipmunks, ducks, geese, otters, herons and many others have been inspiring models.
I live on a horse farm in upstate New York where I can indulge my passion for all things equestrian as both rider and sculptor. I'm also a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator.
Society of Animal Artists, National Sculpture Society, National Arts Club, Game Coin, Easton Waterfowl Show, Leigh Yawkey Woodson "Birds in Art", and numerous major wildlife art exhibitions.
AT&T Information Systems, BellSouth, Genesee Country Museum, Harmony Gold Mines, Rupert Art Foundation and individual collectors in England, Switzerland, France, Germany, Zimbabwe, Australia, Canada and the United States.