My personally revealing narrative paintings and sculptures capture
powerful universal feelings created by the dichotomies of life.
The intensity of my experience is felt through depth of color, form
and content. My expressive pieces are passionate and inspiring, much like life.
Windows are a metaphor for hope.
They offer the endless possibilities of the world, yet the security of home.
From paintings on canvas, to mixed media and paper, to recycled glass and plexiglass,
the pieces step both inside and outside the box.
The windows painting series depicts windows overlooking scenes/landscapes.
They evoke a time and place in my life, yet others have told me the scenes
bring back their own experiences and memories.
The personal becomes universal.
The experimental multi-dimensional paintings on glass, plexiglass and other surfaces explore imagery, content and new media.
Recent works are technically challenging, experimental, planned and spontaneous.
My Fire series is an exploration, explosion and implosion if life and our shared experience of it. It is a dance of color and light, and the darkness we need to appreciate the light.
My latest series of sculptures is based on themes found in some of my other work, as well as in the history of art. Isolation, emergence, connection, are stories in all of our lives.
The cloak, in much of my work, symbolizes protection, warmth, security, shelter, cover, a barrier from the world, a place to hide, mystery.
The cloth covers and reveals. It is timeless.
Boxes are representative of shelter, security. They can keep others out, or one can invite them in.
Born in NYC and Californian by choice. Art school and school of life.
My fingerprints on my work are distinctive across the many mediums I used to express myself and hopefully reach others.
My work has been shown in juried shows, fine art galleries, private collections and