I grew up having a special love for animals and art. As a child, every summer was spent at my family's camp on Sebago Lake. I was thrilled when my husband's career brought us and our two children to live in Maine full time.
I began teaching at an elementary school in 1999. There I met two coworkers who introduced me to fiber arts. After exploring this art form, I found it was perfect for me. It combines art, animals, and teaching in one endeavor! By 2002 I had my first sheep.
I currently live on a small farm in Gorham, Maine with my husband, a small flock of sheep, three miniature horses, chickens, guineas, an Australian Shepherd, a cat, and a German Angora rabbit. With the last name of Winsor and since we are a family of four we named our farm Four Winds Farm.
I studied education and art in Massachusetts and received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Framingham State College.
I am now a full time fiber artist.