A student of the Herkomer School of Art, she was well known for her weaving. Being a close friend of Beatrice Michell NANCE, some four years after Beatrice's death, she married Robert Morton NANCE as his second wife.
After their marriage in 1906 they moved to Nancledra, midway between Penzance and St Ives. In 1914, on the outbreak of War, she moved with her husband to Carbis Bay. She exhibited at the RA under the name of Cawker.
RA 1896 (as Cawker)
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (p318)
Johnson & Greuztner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists