35 years ago I graduated from Sheridan College in Ontario. In my last year of the illustration program, I stumbled onto a unique technique. The seed of the idea started during a project illustrating songs that I had written. I used inks and paints to splash on to paper to the music and began to see images emerge from the ink splashes. Photography was part of the course and I began using my camera to seek out visions in other textures in the environment around me. That lead to discovering a depth of imagery in nature that continues to inspire my art today. Arts and Craft festivals have provided me with an ideal environment to share my visions with the public. My EarthArt is displayed in homes, workplaces and therapeutic settings across the world. I can only hope that my work will continue to contribute to raising awareness and strengthening a connection to the natural world.