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Born in New York, I studied painting at the University of the Arts, and also the Corcoran Gallery.  As a child, I often traveled because my father was in the Army. I enjoyed experiencing different places like Colorado, Virginia, Tennessee, Maryland, and San Juan.


The feeling of a landscape often remains somewhere in my psyche. As an adult, I still paint landscapes and sometimes figures that look like landscapes. 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” with Louise Bourgeois. When painting figures, I like their abstract qualities of gesture and position.


I paint because it creates a link to humanity, and connects me to my feelings and a felt sense. The process of painting is visual communication, and it provides an unexpected new perspective; a kinesthetic feeling of place.

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