Land and space inform my work; the earth be seen and experienced as vivid and beautiful, and can inspire us in ways we don’t understand. My work has two significant sources: the physical experience of landscape, and the contemplative practice of meditation. Born in New York, I studied painting at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, spending time at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, and taking part in a show at the National Museum of Women in the Arts called, “Insomnia, Landscapes of the Night”. I paint because it allows communication, a new perspective, and a sense of place.
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
collection: Annapolis Volvo