I've always had an entrepreneur spirit. Attending college as a single mother with two small children proved to be very difficult. In order to help finance my way through college, I began selling my creations. It also was the beginning of my business career. I first made fancy hair burettes and sold them to family and friends. From there, I made hand crafted rag dolls and sold them at craft fairs and a local doll shop, which grew into my first official business, "Rag-a-Long Dolls.
Simple is how I would best describe my work. Clean straight lines, smooth curves and contrasting colors are elements I incorporate into my designs.
I consider myself a self-taught artist. At the age of 12 years old, I got an urge to draw. The urge grew into an attempt and out to the attempts emerged a my style of art.
The "blank" facial features in my drawings allow the observer to envision his/her sister, best friend, mother, daughter or themselves in my creations.