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choiMy prints and paintings come directly from my imagination, as inspired by nature, culture and everyday life. They are created in a spontaneous, intuitive and frequently experimental process.

Much of my work reflects my life experience as an art student and textile designer in Paris and my travels throughout Europe and Asia. The shapes, colors and other design elements are inspired by a variety of French and Asian influences.

My abstracts combine bold composition with subdued colors, textures, lines and patterns. Dominant compositional elements frequently include symbolic shapes, such as the circle, which represents unity, wholeness and prosperity. My still lifes are rendered with broad gestures and rich hues to emphasize the beauty and simplicity of the objects or vignettes depicted.

I also celebrate the child in all of us with my “Annamals” characters. Twenty-six of these colorful and whimsically-named characters appear in my first children’s book, Annamals From A to Z, while many others appear exclusively in prints and greeting cards. These characters bring joyful smiles to children of all ages.

My work begins with a single brush stroke, unfolds through a journey of self-discovery and culminates in a rich and energetic visual experience. I am very gratified that it has been enjoyed and collected by many people from all around the world.

Announcement: Welcome!

Although the event is still the third week in July Fair days have changed to Thursday through Sunday  Please join us for the 2018 Art Fair Thursday July 19 – Sunday July 22! “Diversity, Live it on South U.” Located on the south edge of the U of M campus, the South University Area is […]