I am inspired by metamorphosis in visual imagery.  An image evolves in time as the mind processes the visual signal.
The vocabulary used in my work is a refined system of geometry, color, light, and realism.  I explore the relationships of differing grid systems; square, triangular, and hexagonal.  The grids are sometimes infused with circles which create space —positive and negative— within the image.  Although I work with grids for replicating images into paintings, intuition is a key component in my process.


My love of art began with a colored pencil drawing of a gas lantern at the age of six.  I earned degrees in fine art from  Munson William Proctor Institute of Art and Massachusetts College of Art and show my work in galleries in the region.  I am a member of the Vermont snow sculpting team and compete in International competitions including  the 2012 National Snow carving Competition where we took first place.  I live in Burlington Vermont with my family and paint from my studio on Pine Street.



Oil Paintings of Water

'Black Water'



Abstract Oil Paintings




Geometric Oil Paintings

'Winter Lilly'

8 x 10,  oil paint and acrylic gesso on hard board


Oil Paintings with Realism and Abstraction

'Blue Bird Levee'


Still Life

Oil Paintings of Still Life

'Milk and Honey'

still life painting


Oil paintings of Landscapes

'Spring Till'

realistic paintng