I moved to Providence in 1971 to attend RISD with a major in Jewelry and Metalsmithing and never left! For 20 years I managed the legendary Leo’s restaurant in the Jewelry/Knowledge District with my husband, John Rector. Always involved in the Arts, I started Gallery Flux in 1987 and specialized in showcasing local artist’s work. My formula was to move from empty commercial to another empty space every 3 months or so. I was a Pop-Up Gallery before it had a name. The shows contained a wide range of mediums, from demitasse cups to dinosaur heads and everything in between. In 1996 I spearheaded Gallery Night Providence, the free monthly Gallery Tour in and around Providence and presently sit on several arts advisory boards.
Real estate is an extension of my Arts background, being able to think outside of the box and envision changes and possibilities as they pertain to different properties. I also have extensive experience in Adaptive Reuse for existing buildings and was the Sales Agent for a 14 unit loft conversion at 755 Westminster Street in Providence. In addition to sales, my responsibilities involved working closely with the Buyers during the design process helping choose everything from the finish on the floors to the lightning fixtures.
Rhode Island School of Design
BFA Jewelry & Metalsmithing
Entrepreneurial Tourism Award for Gallery Night Providence
Certified Buyer’s Representative
Historic House Specialist
Licensed Broker in Rhode Island and Massachusetts
Real Estate professional since 1999
Multi Million Dollar Award every year since 2000
Areas of Specialization
Residential Buyers and Sellers, 1st time Buyers and “unusual properties”
East Side, Providence, Edgewood, Pawtucket, Rumford, Oak Hill
"Treat others as you would like to be treated. "
Founding member of Gallery Night Providence
RI Citizens 4 the Arts, Board Member