I playfully named my studio, Pearson StudiOCD; ObsessiveCreativeDisorder, because of my compulsive need to create. I am a self taught artist working in many different media. I have won both local and national awards for my fine art and was fortunate to be included in a National juried watercolor show of Oklahoma in which there were only five other Oklahoma artists. I love to paint, draw, design my own patterns for jewelry, work in polymer clay on small sculptures or make my own beads. Most evenings I will crochet or knit while watching television. Oh, did I forget to mention that I also love to make journals for painting, drawing, or writing?
I love creating one of a kind art for my customers. I want them to know that there will never be another exactly like it. There may be similarities in some of my jewelry, but never exact copies, for ach new piece I craft is generally inspired by something I have already designed. The same thing is also true with my fiber art. Each piece I craft is the spring board for something new.
I love color, texture and shadows. These three things will always catch my attention and are catalysts of inspiration as I go about my daily life.
I am a retired Tech Sergeant from the United States Air Force Reserves/Air National Guard and my husband and I live in Midwest City, Oklahoma. We have three children between us; two wonderful sons and a beautiful daughter. We are also proud grandparents of two delightful grandsons of whom the oldest has already proven his artistic abilities on the walls of his home.