She and her husband spent much of the 1920s and 1930s abroad. In 1939 they were living in Exeter but in 1946 she was working as a physiotherapist in Calstock, east Cornwall. She exhibited at the 1949 'Foresters Hall' exhibition in Polperro, showing a number of portraits which were painted in Trinidad, and also paintings of seagulls.
Alongside her involvement with Polperro artists, she became a member of STISA, with whom she exhibited in 1950-1951. She then moved to Sussex but after her husband's death she moved back to Devon, and was living in Budleigh Salterton at the time of her death.
Painting in watercolour, woodblock printing
works and access
Tovey, David (2021) Polperro - Cornwall's Forgotten Art Centre - Volume Two - Post-1920, Wilson Books