My art is created to revitalize your spirit and inspire you to be your best.
It can be transformative and healing.
For each piece of art, I have written a simple sentence of the idea and energy behind the piece.
As you add your own interpretation, the communication comes full circle from artist to collector.
Art can be such a powerful reminder of the awe and wonder of nature and that you are connected to something bigger than yourself.
I paint to capture peaceful moments of beauty and inspiration.
My jewelry is created as wearable art carrying messages of inspiration.
Each piece is handcrafted with love and attention to detail.
I only release a small limited edition collection once or twice a year, available first to my email subscribers.
I teach workshops for women to explore their creativity and let go of stress.
I love helping women ignite their spark of creativity and feel empowered.
Sometimes you just need to give your inner critic a little whoop ass and I have ways to do that!
Creating can be fun. You do want more fun, right?
My mission is to share messages of transformation, inspiration, and joy.
Here is a gift from me to you.
Here are a few fun facts about me, if you really want to know.
I am married to a wonderful man, who is also an artist. But neither of us painted until after we were married.
We’ve been married 29 years. I think it’s going to work out.
We are the proud parents of a wonderful son.
I went to Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and graduated with a fine art degree.
I was on HGTV’s Isn’t That Clever (when it was called Crafters Coast to Coast). My work and articles have been published in books and magazines such as Expressions in Clay, Women’s Day, Somerset Studios, Belle Armoire, and Metal Clay Magic.
I was a craft designer. I did demonstrations at CHA, the Craft and Hobby Association Tradeshow.
I love every aspect of creativity from making things to creative thinking. You could say I’m obsessed.
I am always taking classes, reading, and learning new things.
My husband feels I have earned the equivalent of a Ph.D. in creative stuff. So, you can call me Dr. Sally.
I began teaching a variety of classes on making stuff, and I really enjoyed inspiring others to create, so that led to the creativity coaching part of my career.
I am a certified Zentangle teacher, known as a CZT.
I enjoy sewing, mainly clothes, and some home dec.
I like to cook and bake. I still aspire to make pies like my Grandma used to make.
I like anything to do with flowers. Anyone say garden tour? I like to arrange flowers and make wreaths.
My husband and I love to travel and explore new places.