I disappeared for the summer and had so many opportunities to be with the people I love, to think and to create. What more can I ask for than time to be in the moment doing the things I love to do - being with my family and making art. Fall is here and it’s a time for transitions.
I was selected as the Best Artist in Westchester in Westchester Magazine. I don’t know if I’m the “best” anything but I know I am the most grateful. Sometimes life surprises you in ways you never could have imagined!
I’m so excited to share that two of my works will be at Art Hamptons next month from July 5th to July 7th.
The ride to this station in my professional life was, at times, very bumpy, very unclear, and often very terrifying. I’m grateful for the time I had to learn things the hard way even though I couldn’t see how important that was at the time that I was learning. So what do you do if you want to change careers? It’s scary for sure but here are some lessons that helped me a lot then and continue to help me even now.