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Audrey is a well-known professional artist who specializes in watercolor house portraits, landscapes, and graphite pencil portraits.  Her work hangs in homes across the country. In addition to painting and drawing commissions, Audrey teaches drawing and watercolor painting in a group setting and privately.  


Upon graduating from the Art Institute of Boston/Lesley University’s College of Art and Design, she worked for a Boston art company reproducing historical wallpaper, commissioned sculpture reliefs, and detailed signage.  Her art teaching experience includes drawing classes at the Middlesex Community College Extension, private lessons, youth, and adult group classes.

As a colonial reenactor, Audrey studied the method of making watercolor supplies in the 18th century.  She loves sharing her knowledge with the general public through art demonstrations.

She is an Associate Member of The New England Watercolor Society and author of the children's book "Poppy's New Home."


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