Clapboard houses protecting denizens from the winter’s cold.
Wooden floor planks lined up in logical order.
The subdued colors of a cloudy day.
Delicately striped cotton ticking pillow fabric.
The clean edge of a shadow slanting across a sunlit floor.
These visual experiences emerge in tranquil works, it is the shapes, the spaces, limited color that sets a unique relationship, independent of any subject matter. Washington Post Critic, Mark Jenkins reviewed my recent exhibit and said: “Most effective are the pictures that maintain a tension between precision and intuition.” A degree in Art History from GMU, presently a resident artist in Studio 225 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center as well as a home studio in Arlington, VA.