Wild, a native Floridian, traveled to Boston where she was educated at Tufts University in occupational therapy and at the Museum School of the Museum of Fine Arts in painting. These dual roles as therapist and painter spanned decades and each enhanced the success of the other. After 20 years in New England, she returned to her childhood home in Daytona Beach.
“As early as I can remember I was an observer,” Wild explaned. “Several questions intrigued me then and their actions and reactions. What makes us all ‘tick’?”
Currently, Wild is working in acrylics on canvas, board and paper.
In her Rose Bay studio, a lush tropical setting filled with light, she is free to follow her interior muse in any way she wishes. She also creates in her courtyard studio 16/Gallery at the Hub on Canal Street.
Wild has shown her work in national outdoor festivals, in Florida art centers