Oil, acrylics, mixed media, watercolors, ink, graphite, photography — why limit the possibilities. I am always looking — at light and shadows, at the subtlety of colors. Often a painting arises from a combination of collected perceptions and a deep emotional response to them — a sense of home, young summers, or imagined retreats.
My work is in private collections throughout the country, and internationally. I have been represented by the Bowersock Gallery in Provincetown, MA, and on line at artsy.com. I have studied with E.M. Saniga, Stuart Shils, Adeline Goldminc-Tronzo, and DeWitt Hardy.
I think what unifies my work is a single desire to live within the painting for as long as it takes to realize it: to stay open to what the paint is saying. That often means abandoning a plan, for a more compelling path. The painting comes forth when I get out of the way.