My work is an abstracted expression of space, color, form and movement. I find visual Inspiration in nature, art and design. My life experiences and perceptions are emotionally present in my work. Reflection, movement, interaction and solitude generate a spiritual awareness, extending my sources of inspiration beyond present time and place.

The color palette I use tends toward blues, greens, and other cool tones with splashes of warm, vibrant color. I often paint thinly in areas, increasing thickness for contrast and emphasis. I might integrate fabric, paper, glass, buttons, beads and other materials to increase texture, complexity and interest. My porcelain ceramics are delicate objects that are both sculptural and practical. I am currently focusing on acrylic painting and ceramics.

I am a graduate of Pratt Institute, NYC, and UC Berkeley, CA.   I practiced architecture and then became an organizational futurist/strategist before turning full time to fine art.  From New York by way of California, I now live in New England and spend time in the subtropics in winter. This environmental transition never fails to reinvigorate my senses and influence my work.


  • National Association of Women Artists

    •  NAWA Massachusetts and Florida Chapters

  • Newburyport Art Association, Massachusetts 

    • Abstract Artists Group of New England

    • Band of Brushes Plein Air

  • Rockport Art Association and Museum, Massachusetts 

    • Experimental Group

  • Star Island Art Group, New Hampshire/Maine

  • Rocky Neck Art Colony, Gloucester Massachusetts

  • Center for the Arts, Bonita Springs, Florida









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