"We look to art and learn of the past.
What we see tells us the stories of their generation. May the art we create not only captivate the viewer, but may it also set them free."
Rhona moved a lot growing up, and even spent 9 months on the road once - hitting new location almost daily. At 10 she moved to Costa Rica, then back to rural Arkansas, and at 15 started watercolor lessons while living in Bolivia, SA.
Moving back to Arkansas in high school she joined art club, ended up winning a local art scholarship, as well as exhibiting art on a local and state level while majoring in fine art and art education at ATU.
After moving to Miami in 2007 she had work displayed in the Miami Design District, worked on graphic design projects, and published two children books.
Near 2015 she began volunteering with an anti-human trafficking organization speaking and hosting events to raise awareness + educate on preventative + sustainable resources needed for the war on human trafficking.
Around this same time she found creativity and passion collide - SOCIAL ART: to create community, to raise awareness, to spark thoughtful conversations for the next generation.