My goal is to express through painting a resonance between what is seen and what is felt; to integrate visual ideas with non-visual ideas - whether they are physical, intellectual, spiritual, or emotional.

I grew up in Providence, spending summers in Yarmouthport, on Cape Cod. I first studied art at Washington University in St Louis. Then, moving to New York City, I got a BA at New York University, and took classes in painting and anatomy at the Art Student’s League. I hold an MFA from Brooklyn College where I received the Charles Shaw award. There I studied with Sam Gelber, Lee Bontecue, Lois Dodd and Phillip Pearlstein. 

I lived in NYC, mostly Brooklyn, for 35 years until 1998 when I moved to Stockbridge, MA..


MFA - 1988 Brooklyn College: Studied painting and drawing with Lee Bontecou, Sam Gelber, and Philip Pearlstein

BA - 1966 New York University

Art Students’ League, NYC; The New School for Social Research, NYC; Washington University School of Art, St. Louis, MO. 

Selected Exhibitions

 One and two-person 

Two Views: two-person show: Storefront Artist Project, Pittsfield, MA, 2009

People and Places: two-person show: Welles Gallery, Lenox, MA, 2006

Solo retrospective: Fox-Martin Gallery, Housatonic, MA: 2002


Invitational510 Warren St. Gallery, Hudson, NY, 2019

Group Show: “200Anniversary Celebration” Exhibit, Lenox Library, 2016

Group Show: Welles Gallery, Lenox, MA, 2015

Drawn Together: group show: Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, Pittsfield, MA, 2010

Brushes for Books, group show: Lenox Library, Lenox, MA: 2003, 2004, 2005

Sheeptacular  exhibition: Pittsfield, MA: 2004

HVAL juried shows: Sheffield, MA: 2010, 2008 through 2005, 2002, 2000, 1999, 1998

President’s show: Kent Art Association: 2001

Sharon Land Trust Art Exhibition: Sharon CT: 2000

Berkshire Art Association: juried show, Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA: 1998

All New England Show, Cape Cod Art Association: Barnstable, MA: 2006, 2000, 1988

Berkshire Woman's Art Collaborative: South Egremont, MA: 1993

Master's thesis: Exhibition Gallery, Brooklyn College: 1988


Charles Shaw award in painting, Brooklyn College MFA program

Various group show prizes including Best in ShowPeople’s Choice award.