Born in New York, I studied painting at University of the Arts, and also at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC.  As a child, I often traveled since my father was in the Army. I enjoyed being in different places such as Denver, Nashville, Maryland, San Juan Puerto RIco, and  and the Virgin Islands.

 

The feeling of a landscape often remains embedded in my mind. As an adult, I still paint landscapes and sometimes figures; or figures that look like landscapes, or landscapes that look like figures. It was one of these figure/landscapes that was included in an exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, “Insomnia, Landscapes of the Night”.

For many years I taught art for the School District of Philadelphia, and then taught online for ten years. Now I manage the Lieberman Gallery at the Settlement Music School.

 

I paint because it creates a link with others, and connects me to my feelings and felt sense. The process of painting is visual communication with the world, and it provides an unexpected new perspective, a sense of place.