“Creativity has no expiration date”
Growing up in Brooklyn,  I spent my free time exploring the Brooklyn Museum attending Children’s art classes and then,  classes at The Pratt Institute. My early paintings were inspired by graduate studio art classes at Hunter College  taught by renowned artist, Robert Motherwell.

I explored questions of space and form by creating constructions with painted steel and polished metal. Through experimentation, I realized that although abstract form is the foundation  of my  work  the end result is representational imagery. I like to think the viewer experiences my paintings as romatic expression.
My work has been presented in the Queens Museum,  The New York Academy of Art, The Katonah Museum, the Alben Polesek Museum, The Islip Museum and Penn State,. It  is represented in private and corporate collections including a  permanent public art installation in the Jacksonville, Fl. International Airport. I am homored to be the recipient of  grants and awards.