Ann Marie Perkins-Rosenberg spends her time living in Seattle and Philadelphia. Her work is impulsively influenced by nature. She uses creation as a healing method. Art is her therapy and her escape from a life spent dealing with chronic illness. Her eye for art is dimmed when she is told to follow specific guidelines and rules. Never a fan of planning and sketchbooks, most of her work is done in sporadic bursts. She adds a dementia to the beauty that is found in nature and reminds the viewer of the harshness that mother nature can offer.