1908. She and her family moved to Sacramento, California in 1916.
She studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts (1925)
and for four years on a scholarship at the California School of
She was known during the 1930s and 1940s for her etchings of the
San Francisco Bay Area, which were sold in tourist shops and art
galleries at Fishermen's Wharf. She and her husband moved to
Pacific Grove (a well-known California artists' colony) in 1972.
She discontinued printmaking and etching, and instead became a
watercolorist, painting watercolors of the Monterey, Carmel, and
Pacific Grove areas, until her death on January 2, 1998.
Exhibits: San Francisco Women Artists, 1931; Galerie des Beaux
Arts (San Francisco), 1930-33; Worden's Gallery (San Francisco),
1932-42; Sausalito Trade Fair, 1952 (solo); San Francisco Art
Fairs, 1957-69; Carmel Foundation and Monterey Library, 1975
(solos); Pacific Grove, 1994 (solo).