She was an artist. And it did not matter what the medium was: ceramics, metal, jewelry, wreaths, fabric, gardens, food. She did them all.
Working in dimensional media, she approached her craft with artistry and passion. As a chef, she was the quintessential multi-tasker, turning out sumptuous feasts for 30 or 3,000.
All this–and ultimately, her life–was taken away by Alzheimer’s Disease. Slowly, but ever so surely, this insidious disease filled the last two years of her life with ambiguity, confusion, frustration, and depression.