I received my degree in Fine Arts from Syracuse University,
where I graduated with honors in 1975. Originally from California, where
I grew up in the small town of Sunset Beach, I moved to downeast Maine
after college and began a career as a contemporary quilt designer and maker.
After a decade in this field, I made a move that involved both a geographic
and a career change. In 1991, I accepted the position as Art Teacher at
Mt. Desert Elementary School here on the island and moved with my family
to Hulls Cove, where my husband, potter Rocky Mann, designed and built
our present home. In 2001, Rocky built additional studio space and a gallery
to showcase his pottery and my paintings.
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