My colorful paintings seek to connect us with ordinary subjects in an extraordinary fashion. Whether food, seashells, or a tattered baseball, my artistic renderings use bold strokes with ethereal backgrounds. Often I use my fingertips as brushes (who said finger painting is just for children?). This gives my art an atmospheric, dreamlike quality and I enjoy using this tactile approach to literally connect myself with my work.
The College of William and Mary
Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1986
George Mason University
Master of Arts, 1996