As an art historian and avid traveler, I write novels and articles for
lovers of art and travelers at heart. (Read more below.)
Born in New York, I lived in five states before my family settled in California when I was a teenager. I was introduced to international travel the summer after my high school graduation, touring Europe and studying French for a month in Tours, France. During my junior year in college, I again went to France for school and began my love affair with art.
At the end of my junior year, my parents moved to Rome, and I lived with them for three summers while completing my B.A. degree in French and pursuing my M.A. degree in art history.
I worked as a college art history professor for twenty-five years, which included writing catalog essays as the art gallery director for seven years. In the summers, I taught art history courses and led tours in Greece, Italy, and France. And for three of those summers, I established a business in Paris, offering art tours for American travelers—the quirky ones being my favorites.
I live in Southern California with my husband and devote my time to writing and lecturing while continuing to travel internationally (as soon as we can again).
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