A two-time recipient of a Master’s Grant from The Tennessee Arts Commission, she was chosen to design and create the 2011 Governor’s Arts Awards. Her work has been published in more than 30 books and journals and she is the author of Papermaking from Lark Books.
Her work can be found in many private and public collections including The Collection of The Tennessee Arts Commission, The Arrowmont School of Craft, The Southern Highland Guild, The Wilson Collection at the Nashville Public Library and the James Walker Library Special Collections at Middle Tennessee State University.
Liberty Paper is located in middle Tennessee on the site of an old farm surrounded by woods and mountains. The studio is a working and teaching facility where individuals and groups can come to work and study independently or in organized classes.
Technical support is available for those who wish to use a fully equipped paper studio for special projects.