At the age of 4, Audrey could draw and illustrate her work in school. She was elevated to 1st grade due to boredom in Kindergarten. She stood out from the other students because she could draw beautifully without lessons. She had been gifted by God to draw and paint and has spent her life improving those skills and seeking to use them for God's glory, not hers.
Audrey studied design in college and worked in advertising until she reached the top as an Art Director. Later she launched her own business illustrating homes and buildings before they were built, Architectural Illustration.
Not content with drawing houses Audrey studied Portraiture, Landscapes, and abstract art.
Skilled in the use of oil, pastel, acrylic, water color and ink, Audrey experimented in all types of art and ideas.
As you will see from her variety of subject matter, Audrey is not stuck on one thing but constantly pushed the boundaries of experimentation in the use of paint and canvas.
Her most recent obsession has been with the "liquid acrylic pour" technique which uses NO paint brushes or pencils but allows the paint to choose its own path while gently guided by natural forces of gravity. This technique produces art that is not man-made but "other worldly" creating designs you might see in nature but could never paint yourself.
Audrey still works as an Architectural Illustrator and you can see her work at
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