"Works of art put us in sympathetic company with beliefs, whether we hold them or not."

For me, being an artist represents exploring any and all creative impulses. I am often drawn to subjects that lack a voice - or suffer injustice. My work is characterized by expression and emotion. I studied at the Art Students League of New York but found more success in furthering my studies independently, by experimenting with different methods and techniques. There are many artists in my family going back several generations.

I've participated in exhibitions in Florida, Georgia, California, Washington and New York. My paintings and sculptures are represented in collections in the United States, Canada, Greece, France, Iceland, Australia, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, Brazil and the UK.

Exhibits & Shows
2015 "Voices: An Artist's Perspective"
National Association of Women Artists New York, NY
2013 "Diritto dell'uomo" (Rights of Mankind)
Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Florence, Italy
2012 Art Prize  Grand Rapids, MI
Bar Harbor Fine Arts  Bar Harbor, Maine
1st Prize in Sculpture
Distillery Fine Art Gallery  New Jersey
2011 ASA Art Gallery  New York, NY
2009 Fragmental Museum  New York, NY
2008 Fine Line Gallery  Atlanta, GA
2006 Claret Art Gallery  Atlanta, GA
2005 Boswell Gallery  Atlanta, GA
Museum Projects
2010 Kodiak Sculpture Studio   Brooklyn, NY