Watercolors help inform my sculptures, as does my evolution into being a yoga teacher. My formal educations an electrical engineer supplies technical know how, and the aptitudes and native abilities that allowed me to be successful academically while earning my BSEE is the same set of aptitudes and abilities which contribute to conceptualizing and creating sculptures. In addition, sculpture is a form of "big picture" thinking, something at which I excel.
I became a yoga teacher as the result of many years of searching for ways to use what I know to help others. Practicing yoga can help an individual learn focus, compassion for oneself, and therefore, for others. It can also help ease physical complaints, allowing healing to occur. These are important things to learn, to pass on to others, and are some of the reasons I have become a yoga teacher.
I do abstract paintings in watercolors, plein air landscapes and still lifes. I also sometimes create architectural renderings in watercolors. My watercolors are primarily done for personal enrichment.
Adjunct Professor, Fiber Arts
Anne Arundel Community College
I currently teach crochet and knitting to beginners. I hoped to span the program at Ann Arundel Community College to include small creative projects creating toys using crochet, and larger ones like installation art using fiber arts.
Qualifications & Certifications
BS in Electrical Engineering
St Agnes Episcopal School
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