I’m currently focused on writing, photography, painting, and conceptual art. I love deep thinking and expressing my ideas across a variety of mediums and projects. I don’t get along well with familiar labels these days and I am consciously letting go of neatness and professionalism that restrains rather than supports my self-acceptance and expression.

As an older woman and emerging artist, I am curious about the energy between nakedness and sexuality, between self-expression and exhibitionism, between acting and resting, between body perfect and body positive.


My earliest memory of making art that I liked was in the third grade. I was home sick and my mom, herself a person who loved sketching and drawing, brought me paper and coloring things – I don’t remember exactly. But I remember the result, it was an arrangement of purple iris flowers I had in my room. And I remember the great satisfaction at having made something that was fun to do (the Process) and that I also liked when I was finished (the Product.)

Decades passed. I took the occasional art class. Otherwise, I proceeded with a multitude of career paths from marine biologist, to ballet dancer, to fitness studio owner, to keynote speaker, corporate health coach, to marketing consultant, at which point I fell in love with the internet. There were many creative activities in those years, alas, I filed my writing under business and my design under marketing. I didn’t label myself an artist. It turns out I’ve been producing and performing art for most of my life.

In the background, I’ve been a lifelong student of consciousness, an art lover, and a mildly experimental traveler to places and ideas out of the mainstream.

I arrive here and now, ready to share art and writing of a more personal nature, as an expression of my ideas and to further develop my skills. I was thrilled to have my first serious painting accepted in a juried exhibition. I am eager to create more and write more.

You can find links here to my other life adventures – I’ve had an array of interesting careers. Plus my social links are on this page, too.

A few of the Artists Who Inspire Me:
Cindy Sherman, Judy Chicago, Marina Abramovic, Georgia O’Keefe, Mierle Laderman, Louise Bourgeois

Recent Exhibitions

2018 “The Creative Portrait” at the Los Angeles Center of Photography

2018 “Electron Salon” Curated Exhibition at LACDA, Los Angeles (Photography)

2016 “Voyaging” Juried Exhibition at the Hui No‘eau, Maui (Painting)

Art Blog

Occasional articles featuring some of my art and writing, to help me recall my creative adventures and provide you some back story on them.

Rox’s Art Mailing List

Hello! You’re invited to join my email list. I send two Welcome emails to introduce you to me and my art. Then, I intend to send about once a month with updates on what’s happening in the studio, events, work for sale, etc. Plus, you can reply me to privately anytime and we can have a one-to-one conversation.

I ask for your birthday (month and day only) so I can send you a little something to go with your other celebrations.

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