I have had a very varied career since graduating from OCA in 1964. I have worked in many administrative capacities in the art and craft worlds, teaching workshops, mounting exhibitions, working as a volunteer and eventually becoming president of the Ontario Crafts Council and Surfacing, a textile organization.
I worked on the Contemporary Gallery Committee in the early days of the Textile Museum, helped organize exhibitions and conferences for Surfacing. I raised two sons, exhibited my work, taught at OCA, OCAD and OCADU (all the same place of course) as well as being an Assistant Dean there.
Since retirement from teaching I have shown my work in many exhibitions, run a casual gallery at my home which is a location known for my husband’s concrete sculptures and I have continued to explore as many new directions as possible in my art.