Using imaginative undulations, color theory, and optimistic brush and pour work, my paintings are a panacea for endless cloudy days, noisy streets, or the illness that just won’t go away. Travel to a place where all things work for good - whether visited or imagined - the tropics, canyons, farmland, the sea, the desert, or forest.
My abstract landscape paintings use either a dreamy, tranquil palette or a heady dose of hues. My works are in private and corporate collections from Boston to Brooklyn, Florida, Kentucky, Manhattan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Seattle, and Texas.
Some group and solo exhibits have included: Bethlehem House Gallery, Bethlehem, PA; Clio Art Fair, NYC; The Baum School of Art Juried Exhibit, Allentown, PA; Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ; Laguna Beach Art, Laguna Beach, CA; Power of Pink, Juried Show, Jupiter, Florida. As well as the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts, Musselman, and Ambre’ Studio.
Born in Bethlehem, PA, I graduated from Freedom High School, where I earned the National Scholastic Art Award. I received a BFA from Alfred University, College of Ceramics, Alfred, New York. I then studied fashion design and marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City, where I later served as an adjunct professor.