” My artwork is about empathy—for ourselves, our stories, and for the planet. When we spend time with art that moves us, we experience our shared humanity and deepen our connection to the natural world.” RB, 2024


I integrate a variety of processes into my studio practice including painting, printmaking, and collaging. Importantly, I make art that invites us to look closely. Seeing artwork is a process of uncovering layers of meaning–it can be a process of discovery. Additionally, I strive to make art that can give us solace and fuel our hope. While my artwork veers towards abstraction, you can usually find references to the familiar among the brushstrokes, shapes, and colors in my compositions. My favorite materials are acrylic paints, hand-painted papers, charcoal, and glue.


Over the years I have exhibit my artwork in venues throughout the Northeast and beyond. Honors I have received include “Best in Show” and Curator’s Choice at the Harlow. Currently, my artwork is in the permanent collections of the University of Maine, The National Park Service at Schoodic Institure, and the Midcoast Senior Health Center. In addition, my artwork has been featured in Maine Magazine, the Women Artists Datebook, Still Point Arts Quarterly, and other select publications.


I participate in regional art exhibits and am always looking for opportunities to show my work. Currently, I show at River Arts gallery in Damariscotta. For announcements of upcoming exhibitions please check in with my blog. Lastly, I offer archival digital prints of selected artworks. Please use my Contact page to inquire about placing a custom print order, to schedule a studio visit, and for all other inquiries. Thanks for visiting!