If you found me you probably already know that I am a visual artist. I’m also a writer and an educator and I’m from St. John’s, Newfoundland. I live in a 1950’s-style house with my artist husband, David Baltzer (who took this photo of me at my drafting table).
On this website you will find galleries showing my artwork–according to project and medium.
If you are a teacher or principal, please visit the page about my comic book, “Almost Home: The Sinking of the S.S. Caribou.”
My woodblock engravings are available at Dozen Odd, Carbonear; Running the Goat Press, Tor’s Cove; Watershed Coffee House, Petty Harbour, and Devon House, the Craft Council’s shop and The Red Ochre Gallery, both on Duckworth Street in St. John’s.
If you are playing Pokemon Go, you may be impressed to hear that my Traffic Box on the corner of Commonwealth and Richard Nolan Drive, in Mount Pearl, is an official Pokestop! Meanwhile, I’m delighted to have been asked to paint another stamp, this one commemorating the Caribou Regiment of 1916. My new traffic box is on the corner of Ruth and Michener, next to Mount Pearl Intermediate. Watch that space on Mondays in September, and I should be there–weather permitting.