Although Claudia spent her career working as an Economist for the Federal government, she always harbored a secret wish to study architecture. When her son left for college in 1997 Claudia enrolled in classes in Interior Design, studying part-time for 6 years. After retiring in 2010 she began studying watercolor and working as a guide at a Frank Lloyd Wright house. She also taught classes on drawing and on the works of Frank Lloyd Wright at a lifelong learning institute, before moving to NC in 2015 and joining Mooresville Arts.
As best she can recall Claudia has lived in 21 homes in 8 states, but plans to remain in Charlotte with her husband Carl through old age. It’s time to settle down.
She has shared photos of her first day working at the Wright house, and her first juried art show.