A Little About Me....

Personally, I love puppies, jeeps and homemade chocolate chip cookies... and, before I get too old, I'd  like to visit Europe and see all the coastlines and castles!

Professionally, I'm an American artist and emerging brand, featuring out-bound licensing worldwide and focused on contemporary fantasy collage art designs for puzzles, greeting cards, journals, stationery, etc., as well as abstract alcohol ink designs for home decor.

I'm seeking licensees and partnerships, as well as brand / agent representation.


Dru is a self-taught American artist who specializes in creating contemporary fantasy collage art, abstract alcohol ink art and mandala art for the licensing industry for puzzles, greeting cards, journals, stationery, wall art, etc.

Dru was born In Indianapolis, IN.  Having grown up in a creative family, her love for art started at an early age and continued through her adolescence years. When she entered high school, she took art classes to hone her skills and after graduating she joined the Air Force where she continued pursuing her art, entering many competitions and winning many awards. 

During her college years she continued entering competitions in the international arena receiving awards for color photography and her work was published in “Photographers Forum” in 1991. Since then, she has continued displaying her artwork nationally.

As a self-taught artist, Dru consistently participates in art courses and workshops to further her knowledge and technique as an artist.  Her medium of choice is alcohol ink because she loves the beautiful wispy, ethereal threads the ink creates.

She currently lives and works in a small rural town on the western slope of the Colorado Rockies.  When not in her studio, Dru enjoys spending time in Glenwood Springs, Aspen or Telluride, and any where along the 55th Parallel chasing the Northern Lights.


Dru is currently represented by Easton Art Gallery in Delray Beach, FL and also exhibits her work locally through art guilds and city/county government art programs.

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