I received a B.A. in art from Smith College, earned my M.A. in sculpture and environmental art from New York University, and now I live in Maynard, Massachusetts with my husband and son. I was a member of Boston’s artist-run Kingston Gallery for 10 years and have produced commissions for the Melrose, Massachusetts public library, the City of Boston, and the Boston Childrens’ Museum. My public sculpture has been reviewed by Christine Temin and Cate McQuaid in the Boston Globe and Daniel Grant in the Boston Herald. In 2002 I received a Boston Cultural Council Artists Fellowship in sculpture. Some recent curatorial projects include “Small Obsession: Artist’s Dollhouses” for the Somerville Museum and “Worlds Apart” for ArtSpace Maynard. This year, I designed and curated a town-wide virtual art gallery for Maynard, Massachusetts, http://maynardartwindows.wordpress.com. I documents methods of figurative sculpture and information about contemporary and historical women sculptors in my blog, http://wirthsculpture.wordpress.com, where my new articles on 19th century female sculptors can be downloaded.