2012 http://www.focusdailynews.com/found-it-art-show-at-desoto-town-center-p6056-1.htm


2010 Dallas Morning News, GuideLive.com

2000-2008  KERA Art & Seek – Studio Spotlight, KERA Art & Seek Blog,  Art of Living Gallery DVD, City of Dallas Artist NTP, Artist Forum DCTV


​​VET is a native Texas artist who incorporates environmental recycling awareness through her artwork, commissions, classes and workshops.  She introduces the fine art of recycling through innovative assemblages, reliefs and sculptures that offer practical solutions to reduce reuse and recycle.  Her Found Objects Studio is in the Deep Ellum Arts District where she creates and teaches innovative ways to re-think, re-purpose and re-design discarded items.  In addition to her wide variety of cultural-based and educational arts programs, VET tours nationally and regionally offering classes, workshops and other customized programming.  She is a graduate of the University of Texas Dallas (BA Arts and Performance). VET's work has been on exhibit throughout the U.S, Canada and Africa; and she is both a National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) and Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA)  recipient.​ 

Dallas Area Fiber Arts, Texas Wax Artists-Dallas, Texas Visual Arts Association, Craft Guild of Dallas, Creative Art Center, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Visual Artists Cedar Hill and Irving Art Association

Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA), North Texas Regional Library Systems (NTRLS), North East Texas Library Systems (NETLS), City of Dallas Neighborhood Touring Program (NTP/CAP), Dallas Park and Recreation, Navarro Art Council, City of North Richland Hills, City of Sachse, City of Plano, SMU Legacy Campus, Brookhaven College, Eastfield College, Collin County Community College, Irving Art Center, Dallas Museum of Art, La Reunion, Artist Conspiracy, Big Thought, Junior Players, Arts for People and Youth Services Council.​

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