The artist in 2004. Time has added a few wrinkles and many gray hairs. Photograph taken by Andrei Freeman.

The artist in 2004. Time has added a few wrinkles and many gray hairs. Photograph taken by Andrei Freeman.

Heather Keith Freeman

I have been making art since I was old enough to hold a crayon, on any available surface (much to my parents' chagrin). After a few years' digression into the world of robotics and artificial intelligence, though, I decided I'd had enough of the real world. I quit my job, moved across the country, and have been a full-time artist ever since; poorer, but far happier!

While I began as a painter, I have since branched into many other disciplines: photography, sculpture, ceramics, and wire working have in the last year been joined by digital painting and polymer clay, and someday - someday! -will expand into leatherworking and glass, and whatever other exciting new methods of creation I can add to my toolbelt.

This website hosts Heather’s wirework and crafts. In these media she focuses on natural and mythological themes, with particular attention to color and sense of movement.

Heather lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her family. She suffers from the curse of being interested in absolutely everything, and so never has any free time.