I was attracted to the architecture of the South and particularly the many abandoned and re-purposed homes in the rural farmland surrounding Cary and started painting some of these in 2014. I also began a series of Pet Portraits, first as gifts for friends, and later on commission for others.
My newest series in a set of "Conversations" paintings that have grown out of a series of sketch sessions from my travels abroad in cafes and coffee shops.
I enjoy drawing, my first media love, and currently am leading a figure drawing class weekly starting in November, at of all places, The Cary Town Center Mall. The human form is always inspiring and I regularly attend drawing sessions at The Page-Walker in Cary and Imurj in Downtown Raleigh.
Jun 2020 - Solo installation, Industrious
May2020 - Solo Show, Page-Walker
Apr 2020 - FALC Annual Juried Show
Nov 2019 - Imurj Members Show
Dec 2019 - Sertoma Arts Center, Raleigh
Sep 2019 - FALC Senior Show
Sep 2018 - FALC member show
Dec 2018 - Cary Arts Center
Art on Exhibit
Cary Ballet Conservatory,
Fine Arts League of Cary Office,
Fonville Morrissey Offices in Cary,
Searstone Retirement Community
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Mason Gross School of Art at Rutgers University