The freshness of Peggy’s work is what makes it so enchanting. She likes to catch that instant when the landscape, animal or figure is revealing its innate beauty and character. “Sometimes paintings just fall off the brush, though in other instances, capturing that one moment in time can take months or even years” she says.
Peggy is also very active in her community, working with non-profit charities like the Humane Society and other wildlife and conservation organizations. Her desire to protect our natural resources has driven her to raise over $250,000 to aid in their missions. She also donates 20% of all commissions to the charity of the client’s choice.