About Little Earth Art Studio
I established my art studio right out of art school in early 2000. At first I followed my training in ceramics and sculpture. In 2010 I opened a public art studio to share my space, my equipment and expertise with the local community, specializing in youth instruction. I learned more from my students than I ever expected. They inspired me push the boundaries and explore further, away from the well known. They taught me risk is good and possibilities are endless. My students inspired me to reverse my role as teacher back to student. I decided to switch my focus from my teaching studio to developing my new bodies of work. I return to develop my own artistic voice, this time through painting and the beyond. I try never to limit myself I embrace the uncertainty and the fear. I seek bold options, pushing the relationship with color and shape, taking risks all along the way leaving the comfort zone far behind.