My paintings may be about a specific or invented place, or a certain experience of a place. Using colors, forms, and transparency of medium, manipulating them with memory and brushes, the images become “abstracted” landscapes. My goal is to create on a relatively small canvas an intimate experience of a vast, expansive space so the viewer can be transported by their own imagination to places close to his/her memories.
I started painting fourteen years ago while still working as an architect. Over the years, I have studied with many great artists and teachers. I show my work in Boston and New York City and my paintings are in several private collections in the USA, Canada, and Europe.
Inn at Hastings Park, Lexington
Newton Free Library
440 Gallery- Brooklyn, NY
Cary Memorial Library, Lexington
DeCordova Museum School Gallery
Concord Art Association
Grace Chapel Art Gallery, Lexington
Arts Center at Southborough
Post Road Art Center, Marlborough
Lexington Open Studios