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I have always loved the Ozarks, but my husband, my
four children and I had to move to Texas to make a
living. We first moved to Fayetteville Arkansas
where I majored in all-level Art Education. We left
there to take a job at Texas A&M Commerce where
I finished my degree.
Over the years I have taught children's art in my own
studio and Adult Continued Education at the
After retirement and thirty years later, we returned to
our beloved Cotter, Arkansas where we renovated
our family home, Hopkinswood, built in 1914 into a
I decided to pursue my interest in art more seriously since retiring. I joined three art associations and I've
taken classes in four of our communities. Every day is an adventure in painting. Whether it is interpreting our
surroundings or our emotions, it's a labor of love.
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