I am a full-time experimental studio artist, influenced by Diebenkorn, Frankenthaler, Mitchell, Mason, Rutenberg, and Bowling. The imagery that concerns me is of the Earth from space and of deep space, and because I work in encaustic, which uses thermal energy and air currents, and is constantly changing from a liquid to a solid state (with each chemical particulates in pigments behaving differently), I use the same forces that shaped the planet and the cosmos. Consequently my paintings are acts of co-creation, rather than of representation or non-objective work. Educated at Goddard and Brandeis (BA, MA, PhD), I taught in the MFA program at the University of Southern Maine. My art has been exhibited in the Museum of American Art in New Britain, the Slater in Norwich, CT., and the National Arts Club, and in numerous juried exhibitions.
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