Making a Connection


Thank you for your interest in my work. If you would like to continue the connection, I provide a few options (online and a few offline):

Online

I send out an email once a month. My emails contain an image of artwork, a related quote, and a few bullet points of studio news. It’s just a simple way for me to share my work with those that don’t visit my website often. Here is a recent sample. ┬áIt would be an honor to have you join the list so we can keep in contact. I promise to never share your email address and you are always free to unsubscribe, no questions asked.

Thank you for your interest.

Subscribe to my newsletter

Offline via Snail Mail

Once a quarter (4 times a year), I send out a postcard. My art is on one side, a short note written by me on the other side. I know how excited I get when I get fun mail and I’d like to share that experience. If you are interested in receiving a postcard from me, you will need to send me your snail mail address (via email). I will include you in the next mailing. As above, your address is safe with me, I will not share it for any reason. If you no longer wish to receive my postcards, just drop me an email and I’ll take you off the list – again, no questions asked.

Offline in Person

If you are local to the Triangle area, I am out and about for arts events. I am usually at Wake Forest’s Art After Hours events on the second Friday of each month. I am also a regular participant in the Wake Forest Guild of Artists’ Tour of Artists. I’d love to see you at any of these events. I do paint or sketch at them usually – come and let’s talk art.

Thank you for your interest in my art!