Gail began creating jewelry to spend time with her daughter and along the way became addicted. Having been a decorative painter and the creator of the many surfaces, working with her hands gives her pleasure. She creates jewelry that is pleasing to the eye and touch, sophisticated or casual, versatile or unexpected. Gail feels jewelry or a decorative item you select makes a statement about who you are, what you value in life and it gives her pleasure to be part of that. She taught decorative painting for many years and has now diversified into metalsmithing beadwork, intaglio printing, and wire sculpture trees. Gail is a member of Women Sharing Art, Long Island Craft Guild, East End Arts, Huntington Arts Council, Gallery North and displayed her jewelry and art in all these venues as well as the Islip Art Museum, East Islip Library Art Council and the OMNI Gallery in Nassau.