She studied painting and music at the University of California, where she embarked on creative experiment in photography, wearable art garment design, hand made paper collage and music performance. Memorably, she played the harp at the Berkeley Jazz Festival with Miles Davis and Gil Evans. A continuing artist in visual media, England has sold many of her designs to private and corporate collections across the United States.
Fascinated by transient tokens of varying eras, England’s collages draw together mementos of times past, such as opera tickets, postcards and letters to evoke the nostalgia of old world travel to great cities. The assemblages are tinted with the dreamy hues of watercolors, adding subtle atmosphere to each suggested place. The discovery of beautiful sights and ephemera on her travels has inspired England's designs with dreams of journeying to all the romantic destinations of Europe.
England has participated in numerous exhibitions across California, and in Florida, New Mexico and Washington; several times appearing as the specially featured artist. Her work is displayed in many corporate collections, including Kaiser Permenente in Northern California, USDA: Ames, Iowa, Amco Corporate Collection, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Stanford Medical School, California.
Currently England designs a hand made greeting card line from her studio in Northern California.