October 9, 2025
I am a native Houstonian and earned my BA in Fine Arts from Texas Southern University in 1999 and teaching credentials from LeTourneau University in 2008. In 2018, I completed a 9-month LoneStar LEND Fellowship (Leadership Education in Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) from the University of Texas Health and Science Center in Houston, Texas.
I have more than 30 years of teaching and facilitating experience ranging from a variety of educational and museum settings. In 2005 I founded, “Aesthetically Artistic”- (AFTH) Art From the Heart, a therapeutic,exploratory, and exciting visual arts program for individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
In my spare time I enjoy riding my bike, reading, spending time with my daughters and husband of 20 year, thrift shopping, and outdoor gardening.
About Her Work
As a mixed-media artist she finds peace and solace through the process of experimenting and transforming random objects and discarded materials into abstract masterpieces. Using a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional materials throughout her artwork, she explores and share subject matters related to women and also express the concept of creating beauty from brokenness. As a child, her mother would often give her scrap fabric and other materials to make collages. This childhood hobby kept her busy, taught her discipline, and encouraged creative discoveries which she strongly feel contributed toward her success as an artist. Warren's artwork is often colorful, engaging, and continuously evolving which allows her the freedom and flexibility to explore a variety of subjects, feelings, and emotions. Throughout her work she can focus on the present, contemplate on the past, and imagine the future through the use of colorful and engaging subject matters.