I maintain a studio on Long Island, New York, working in watercolor and acrylics for their quick drying time, and palette knife oil painting for its freshness and spontaneity.
In past years I studied at The Art Students League in Manhattan and taught drawing and painting at 92Y in Manhattan. Now I teach at The Nassau County Museum of Art and Mills Pond House historical site and gallery in Smithtown, NY, and on Skillshare.com.
Frequently I will demonstrate, or have demonstrated, painting throughout the Eastern USA for brands such as Sennelier, Daniel Smith, Fabriano, Silver Brush, Masterpiece Canvas, and others.
Exhibits where my work has been featured include, Firefly Gallery in Northport, The Art Students League in Manhattan, The Vanderbilt Museum in Centerport Long Island, and The Long Island Museum. What I am looking to do as an artist is to express my voice, and since my work is representational in nature but still very eclectic, I like to experiment with different mediums and styles. As people we are fluid, dynamic, ever changing. My art will change because I will change. Ultimately I believe that whatever creative expression you give to the world -- it is, and can only be, a reflection of yourself.