In my paintings the conveyance of an idea is the centerpiece of the picture making process. Concordantly, I have no desire to make pictures that are meant only to add color to walls. I believe a painting should be clear in its aims. I accept the fact that a viewer will interpret an image based on their own personal prism, but I want to ensure that at the very least, the viewer is provided with a strong pictorial conduit through which their personal feelings are channeled. If a picture is a conversation, then I'd rather have one that is purposeful and coherent. 





2019 Market Art + Design, Sturgis Art Gallery, Bridgehampton Museum, Bridgehampton, NY
40 Gallery Poughkeepsie, New York, NY
Heath Gallery, Harlem, NY
2016 Smithsonian Museum of American History, Washington, DC
2014 Investigation Discovery (1 Episode), South Street Seaport, New York, NY

Downtown NYC II,  Watercolor on Arches paper 72x52 inches.jpeg