After graduating from Oberlin College, I began showing my work in Washington, D.C. where I had a 1-woman show and numerous group shows at the seminal D.C. gallery, Henri Gallery. In 1986 my landscape paintings were included in â€œNew Directionsâ€ at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
When I move to New York City, my work was represented by Ellen Sragow Gallery on the Lower East Side where I had two solo shows, one of which was reviewed in the NY Times. I was then showing on W 57thStreet at the Schmidt Bingham Gallery for 5 years where I had 1 solo exhibition and participated in numerous group shows. Then moved on to Art 101 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn where I had two 1-woman exhibitions and was part of numerous group shows. My work is included in such corporate collections as AT&T and Exon Mobil.
My work has always been a combination of nature and abstraction. My recent paintings convey a living, organic abstraction. They refer to both the dynamic microcosm of nature in cells and molecules along with the macrocosm of the oceans, planets and the universe.. Itâ€™s what I call â€œotherworldly abstraction.â€ My work has been shown in New York, Washington, D.C. and Connecticut and is part of such major corporate collections as Met Life, AT&T and Exxon Mobil.