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Upcoming & Recently on view:

Coming soon to Avenue P on the F Train in Brooklyn.  My MTA laminated glass panels are ready to be installed. Here, at the fabricators, is the first 7 of 28 panels that will grace the stairways on the above ground platform. To view other installations, please click here.


Night and Day the River Flows: Waterscapes from the Harnett Print Study Center Collection, through July 2, 2017, Harnett Museum of Art, Richmond, VA

Branched, Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC. January 28 – March 4, 2017. 2 person show with Julia Bloom

Art in Bloom, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT.  January 26 – March 8,  2017. Group Show



My fascination with branches and leaves originated from a week I spent at a rural meditation retreat in the 90’s. Spring was slowly awakening the landscape from its winter bareness. For hours each day I sat next to a window, in silence. As my city mindset quieted, I was transfixed as tender buds and leaves daily transformed a gnarly elm tree outside. My paintings evoke the immediacy of that experience. My hand slowly reanimates the twisting and branching line of a tree limb, the subtle curve of a bamboo stalk, or the concentric marks radiating out from a single stone dropped into still water.

My painting practice is to work with paint pigments suspended in an aqueous mix. I pour sweep, brush, drip, and fling layers of paint. I coax pools of paint into translucent veils of color and layer one over the other. Often, I have anchored these ephemeral elements with gestural marks, stripes, and blocks of color.


Check out my book:

The Artist’s Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love