Born in Cornwall, her schooling was at Bedales, and she was a pupil to Christopher Cash.
She exhibited at the Sheviock Gallery in Cornwall, and also with the Penwith Society of Artists in St Ives. The Michael Parkin Gallery sold her work.
In 1971 she married artist and illustrator/designer Glynn Boyd Harte (aka Boyd Harte) and the two lived in London, giving much time and love to the Art Workers Guild, that had begun in the 1880s with the birth of the Arts and Crafts Movement. The couple had two sons, and spent time in France, in Cornwall and the Scilly Islands, and in London. Her husband died of leukaemia in 2003.
Historian and painter
Buckman (2006) Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945