I transitioned from painting landscapes to painting abstractions around five years ago. My work still draws from the natural world, as well as from my interests, loves, concerns and fears, but the process is mysterious and experimental. As one artist described making abstract art, it’s “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: