Born in Glasgow, she trained under
winning a Guthrie Award which enabled her to study in Italy.
She exhibited at the RGIFA
, 1925-35, and RSA
, 1928-34, mainly ideal
pieces including, Blind (1925), The Bathers (1926),
Dorothy (1928), and Morning Song (1935).
An expressive modeller of small animals, she modelled the unicorn
and interior figures at Glasgow's Mercat Cross (1929-30), and also produced
lead garden ornaments.
She was an art teacher at Sir John Maxwell School, Hillhead High
School, and King's Park Primary School, and lived at 30 Falkland Mansions,
Hyndland. She retired in 1966.