My work is about transforming interior narratives into a visual language. The paintings are made up of fragments of thoughts, gestural marks, and scribbles – hovering in undefined atmospheric spaces, sometimes facing off. These encounters might be happening inside a brain, inside a supercollider, or under a microscope.
I was born in New York City, educated in Colorado and California and lived for many years on the West Coast before settling in Asheville in 1998, where I have a studio in the River Arts District. My work has been shown throughout the United States and can be found in the collections of Bank of America, Capital One, Western NC University Art Museum, the Asheville Art Museum, First Charter Bank, Bank of America, National Institutes of Health, Mission Hospital, Community Foundation of Western NC and many other corporations.
In 2019, I was awarded a $17,000 grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.