The inspiration for me to become an artist was planted by my mother. I can remember as a child drawing from photographs and comic books, and my mother so was so proud of my ‘artwork’. Her encouragement and faith in me made me want to aspire to become an artist. As I grew up, I made several attempts in the business world, but knew there was something missing. I made a life changing decision and enrolled in Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. At the time I bad no idea of how I would pay my tuition or expenses. I found that through faith, prayers, perseverance, my mother, my friends, and my teachers, and hard work, dreams come true.
I was a child of the Jamaican countryside, and I set my sights high and made it through four years of college. In my second year ,I was honored to receive a Bronze medal from the Jamaican Cultural Development Commission(JCDC).In 2000, I received a silver medal again
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met Linda Spelko, who has become my friend, sister, and business partner. Our shared love of clay and determination was the reason to begin our business, Juliet Rose Gallery and Studio.I now live in Monson, MA., with Linda and her family on a beautiful farm. Our gallery space, studio and students are truly a gift of God.
I am blessed.
– Artist Statement