June’s studio is located in Incline Village overlooking Lake Tahoe. After running her on Interior Design business and teaching design at UCLA for over 25 years, her passion now is to create works of art which inspire others to appreciate and preserve the character and beauty from the Native American cultures to Shakespearean characters and their stories. June sculpts in a series of three to tell a story.
As an artist and educator, she is constantly learning and exploring life. By studying and taking workshops in the structures of humans, birds, wild life, horses, I can enrich the lives of others through my sculpture and the stories they tell.
All my years in design and color have given me the background and awareness to grow as an artist and to continually enhance my sculptures through composition and the special use of colors in the patina.
June has lectured both in the United States and in Japan sharing her craft. One of her commissions includes the life sized bronze bust of Francois Payette, French Canadian trapper, which stands in McCall, Idaho. Her current commissions are people with their prize horse.