I transitioned from painting landscapes to painting abstractions around five years ago. My abstract work draws from what I see, including landscapes, as well as from my feelings and concerns, but it’s a mysterious and experimental process. I agree with the artist that described making abstract art as a paradox: “imagining what is possible but not knowing what that is.”
I have studied at the Art Students League in New York, at the Artists Association of Nantucket, and at the Woodstock School of Art. And I have been taught and mentored informally by gifted and generous artists in various locations.
I exhibit at the following galleries: