Art, for me, is an endless exploration combining traditional mediums with emotional and psychological content of subject matter. My exploration takes many forms ranging from portraiture to landscape. I render imagery academically from life as well as from my imagination. I find that both approaches fulfill the my need to create. The traditional mediums of oil paint, graphite, charcoal, conte and clay provide me with endless challenges and vocabulary. As a painter I am most attracted to times of day that express change and to portraits that attempt to capture someone expressing their humanity. I also am drawn to landscapes that evoke a sense of biological memory. It’s my hope that these pieces evoke an individual’s interpretation, enabling them to create their own experience, feeling, and meaning of my work.

Articles and Reviews

The Intowner,  2005
Washington Post
Gallery & Studio, April/May 2005
Baltimore City Paper, July 2007
Agora Gallery, New York, NY
Florence Biennale
American Roadways, 2012
Borderstan, December 2012