Although she was educated at the Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Vienna, steeped in the world's most beautiful art, it wasn't until she started travelling with her husband, performer Peter Marshall, that she really got the urge to start sculpting. The fluid elegance of the bodies of America's finest dancers stirred her to recreate their beauty, and she did just that (with a talent inherited from her mother) ...and thus was born a career in sculpture.
"My mission as an artist is to re-create the beautiful faces and bodies of the world both through sculpture and painting. It amazes me to see what the medium becomes... I'm as surprised as anyone with what appears... I don't know which is more fulfilling: the process or the result... both bringing me great happiness. To perpetuate and immortalize the beauty of the human form and expression through art... what could be better?"