Bio and Contact
My paintings are visual metaphors for how I experience life. They are about thoughts and ideas, memories of people and places that literally take shape with color and line. These paintings have a strong graphic element, often divided into planes of color. Drawing is a very important element in my work. I often use line to convey a sense of scale and to tie different elements together. These paintings have a lot of movement in them that create a sense of rhythm and timing, and in that way they are like visual poems. When I was in the sixth grade, I was asked to illustrate a small book of Japanese Haiku poems, and I illustrated them in an abstract way. I can’t help but think back on that experience with my recent work.
I am an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. I have had several one-person shows, and I also exhibit my work in many group shows in the New York area.
Most recent solo show:
Galerie Mourlot, NY; 2013
2015 Fellowship for Painting from- New York Foundation for the Arts
Most recent group shows:
2016 Jeffrey Leder Gallery - Works on Paper IV
2016 BRIC Gallery - Up for Debate
2015 NYFA Head Quarters Gallery
2013 Parsons School of Design
2012 Perry Rubenstein Gallery, NY.
Musée Daubigny, Auvers-sur-Oise, France Washington Sycip SGV Museum in Manila, the Philippines.
In the past I have licensed my own signature textile collections to prominent design companies in New York. I am a graduate of the Parsons School of Design.
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