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My Journey

My journey began in the sixties.  

I had little knowledge of the significance of those times, but I was influenced by it none the less. I grew up in a small college town in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, surrounded by artisans, intellectuals, hippies, and God loving church members, each making a lasting impression on me, and their influence continues to show up in my art.

I have always been a child of nature....always drawn to the freedom of wandering in and observing nature.

Every season brought me new adventures: pretending to be an arctic explorer until my feet got cold and I hurried back to my warm home, discovering budding trees and flowers as the winter layers were shed, hikes to the tops of mountains and dipping into rivers to cool off, and the swoosh and crackle of dried colorful leaves at my feet during long walks in the fields and forests.  Every season brought me joy and new adventures.