Allison’s mother states that Allison has been drawing since she was old enough to pick up a pencil. She used to sit below her mother’s drawing desk, going through stacks of blank copy paper, creating her own masterpieces. It is from her mother that she inherited her artistic talent and from her father that she inherited her love of the American West. Her work depicts modern cowboys and shows their ties to tradition - the action of the rodeos, the craftsmanship of hand-tooled leather and the bond shared between they and their horses.
Allison is currently attending the University of Arkansas, pursuing a degree in Animal Science. Although she is not an art major, Allison still plans to make a career out of the talent to which God has blessed her. And at the young age of twenty-one, she is well on her way to this goal. Recent shows in her resume include the Bosque Conservatory Art Classic, the Red River Valley International Exhibition and the Texas and Neighbors Regional Exhibition.