Hi! Welcome to my Website.

My hope as an artist is that people who see my work will linger and connect with it on a personal level. My art focuses on authenticity and a shared heritage. As a young artist I was energized by the work of Jackson Pollock, George Tooker, Al Held and Josef Albers, and, an earlier artist, Frederick Church, who was actually a distant relative, and other great artists who have created before me.


My work has been exhibited alongside the art of Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, Mary Cassatt, Neil Welliver, Christo, Alex Katz and Alfred Bierstadt. My drawing "Bradford-On-Avon" was included in the 1997 exhibit, “100 Years of Drawings,” at the Addison Ripley Gallery in Washington, D.C. where it hung between a Matisse and a Picasso. Another of my drawings hangs adjacent to an Alfred Bierstadt piece, in a collector's home. I like to think -- boldly! -- that I'm considered a peer of those giants.


I am a native of Rowayton, Connecticut and a graduate of Pratt Institute. My studios are in Washington, D.C. and North Nobleboro, Maine. I love being an artist and I am grateful to the many private individuals and corporations that have appreciated and collected my work, and to the galleries and museums that have exhibited my work across the U.S. and abroad.


Please visit my website often! I update it frequently with new work, and news about exhibits and galleries.