Pauline received her Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, as well as completing two years of the Architecture Program, at MontanaStateUniversity. In 2000, while running a woodworking business and sculpting, she began exploring the potential of the Etch A Sketch® as a tool of artistic expression. In 2004 she moved to Los Angeles and worked in the ArtDepartment on feature films and shorts. In 2005, The Ohio Art Company recognized Pauline as one of their official artists. She had her first solo show in 2007 at Janssen Art space in Palm Springs and her work has been represented in a number of galleries and stores in and around Los Angeles and the FlatheadValley.
She is included in the Ohio Art.com Etch A Sketch® hall of fame and is the featured artist on their site. Pauline and her artwork have been featured in the following publications:
Whitefish Review, Volume 3, Issue 1,
Flathead Beacon Dec 12, 2009
The Daily Interlake, March 22, 2010
Daily Telegraph online, July 12, 2010
In February 2010 Pauline and her artwork were featured on the CBS Early Show. In May 2010 she was included in the PBS magazine show Northwest Profiles. In the summer of 2010 The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis had an exhibit “Etch A Sketch – Celebrating 50 years” and Pauline’s artwork was included in this exhibit as well.
She currently lives and works in Ojai, CA with her husband and two children.