My goal, both as an artist and a human, is to spread beauty, color and light wherever I go. The world is so full of beauty but we often don’t see it in our rush to get things done. I choose to spread beauty via easy to care for plants that are well-established in Ozark Native hardwood planters. I find the wood in our own national forest and along our pristine streams, then I clean it by hand to expose the grain of the wood and add carefully selected plants to complement the piece. I also craft jewelry and light catchers, both wire wrap, micro macramé and a combination of the two, again being very careful to match color, stone and style for maximum beauty and impact. As a firm believer in being color coordinated I have pieces in every color of the rainbow, all made of semi-precious stone, crystal, glass, native rocks and interesting tidbits I have collected along the way. Beauty is All.