DESIGN >for your home
Rhonna holds a formal degree in architecture from California Polythechnic University, Pomona, CA. She initiated her architecture career with world renowned Richard Meier and Partners. She has over 20 years of combined professional experience in architecture, landscape architecture, and variety of design collaborations. Although her petite physique can be unassuming at first, Rhonna has a giant creative imagination and conquer design challenges of all scale with simple, practical and out of the box solutions. She loves being a part of the solution and is the first to roll up her sleeve to get the job done efficiently and passionately.
ART > for your heart
In 2011, Rhonna's creative path took an unexpected turn, when her yoga practice inspired early etchings of spiritual expressions drawn on coffee filters and eventually large paintings on canvases. This gave rise to her yoga-inspired artwork now called Yoga & Art Journey. Her feminine and angelic beings come to life as her sweeping brush strokes capture the dance between breath and sacred movement, touching on themes of light, love, freedom, divine feminine, balance, purity, harmony and truth. Her canvases glow an intimate shade of a yogi's journey to the soul. A whisper of truth.
FENG SHUI > for your mind
Rhonna has over a decade of professional experience in Feng Shui. She received her Certified Feng Shui Professional (CFSP) training under Feng Shui Master teacher, James Jay and world renowned, Grandmaster Professor Lin Yun revered as the world's most prominent authority on Feng Shui. Her professional training and strong intuitive awareness to the energy of spaces, allows her to deliver harmony for all spaces. She believes that everything has it's rightful place and confidently apply quick, easy and practical solutions.
Fun Facts about Rhonna: You will find her laughing and playing with her daughter and adopted kitty, flowing on her yoga mat, rearranging hers and someone's furniture, designing a house or backyard, holding a cup of coffee, and gazing at a canvas from the floor in her home where she paints. Today, Rhonna is grateful to finally be learning the ukelele!