Next show: 2023 Sculpture in the Park show in Loveland, CO (August 12 & 13). Benson Sculpture Garden, 29th & Aspen Drive) - 9 Year Participant -
2020-2021, Local Dairy Queen hosted extended outdoor exhibition of my 5" snowboarding penguin. It was on display to the south side of Hwy. 34 next to the children's playground at DQ in Loveland, CO until selling to a local homeowner.
GALLERIES: Shown at Waxlander in Santa Fe and at Knox Gallery, Denver/Beaver Creek, CO prior to galleries closing.
2014 Fire Exhibit in the Loveland, CO Museum -A memorial dedication sculpture to past Loveland firefighters was commissioned and donated by the Bill Sullivan Memorial Fund and Loveland Fire Exhibit, Inc.
2013 - 2014 Loveland Sculpture Invitational - Loveland, CO
2015 - 2022 Sculpture in the Park - Loveland, CO
If you are thinking about a commission but not really sure how to move forward, I would welcome a conversation to explore that with you. Together we can create a unique sculpture that captures a forever memory.
July 2022 Pathways Inpatient Care Center Grand Opening and Sculpture Dedication/ Fort Collins, CO - My sculpture, Harmony of Hearts, was unveiled at the event.
Knox Gallery Director, Mark Kihle, with Snoked, my 5' snowboarding penguin.
2014 Ward Diorama/Toy Soldier Collection - Open House, Loveland CO, Ward Building. My WWII veteran added to Frank Ward's permanent display.
2023 Loveland Benson Sculpture Garden - It was my honor to be notified by the Loveland High Plains Arts Council that Amazing Grace (my 4' great blue heron) was selected and had received final approval by the Loveland Visual Arts Commission to be one of four new bronze sculptures for permanent placement in the City of Loveland's Public Art Collection.
In August of 2023 it was installed and dedicated at a public event in the North Lake Park section of Benson Sculpture Garden. One of the best days of my life!
THE ARTIST: I am a self-taught sculptor, born in Eveleth, Minnesota and raised in Richland, Washington. The family's handmade fishing cabin near the boundary waters of Northern Minnesota forged an early connection for me with the spirit of animals and sacredness of nature.
In 1973 I moved to Loveland Colorado and married the love of my life, David. I made a career in the Corporate world of hi-tech until I retired as VP of HR for one of the business groups in 2006. In retirement I was encouraged by a local sculptor, Donna Pelton, to give sculpting a try.
Sculpting has provided an opportunity for my head to get in full rhythm with my heart and a joyful way to connect with and touch others. My husband and I call Loveland home.