Over the years she explored various aspects of two and three dimensional art and in 1976 she and her husband set up a pottery in Wrexham producing handthrown, rawfuel fired
stoneware. Examples of their work are in collections worldwide.
Since retiring from teaching she has concentrated on painting and is fascinated by the challenges of traditional watercolour. She now lives in North Wales and works from her home
studio on a headland on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula. Her special interest lies in the atmospheric portrayal of seascapes and landscapes but her work also includes architechtural
subjects and portraiture. She frequently features figures in her landscapes and her studies of children absorbed in activities on the seashore reflect her own childhood experiences.
In the last ten years her work has been extensively collected not only in the UK but also in Canada, the USA, Australia and New Zealand.