The Artist

Who I am

Creativity is in my nature.  Painting is the vehicle that allows me to exercise that creativity.  It’s a welcomed diversion from my daily routine.              


As a painter of landscapes and seascapes, I am inspired by the places I visit. I know I’ve found my inspiration when I begin to contemplate the history and future possibilities of the new terrain that lay before me.  Although I admire traditional landscape artists, my mind and hand are always in training to create works that are more contemporary so the viewer can make their own interruptions of my work.   


My latest body of work "Pondering" was inspired by a hike up and around Sawyer Pond in the White Mountains and intermingled with a visit to the Klimt Museum in Manhattan.  I love the reflections in the water ...and reflecting.


The Fishing Weir series focused on capturing the essence of a by-gone time forgotten.  I discovered them on a small island off the coast of New Brunswick, Canada, and was immediately captivated.  Many years ago these simple structures of fishing net and wooden poles were used to capture herring, using the tide as the means of luring fish into the nets.  This method has long been forgotten, as are the weirs --abandoned, dilapidated and collapsing into the sea. 


A trip to Madeira Portugal to the Fenal 6000 feet above sea level is considering a magical place by the locals.  My mystic plateaus capture this atmosphere.   

What I have been doing

Exhibits at the MET Gallery 

North Conway, New Hampshire

On-going throughout the year


Art in the Park

Sponsored by Mount Washington Valley Art Association

North Conway, New Hampshire

Every August!


Brookline Open Studios

Sponsored by Brookline Commission for the Arts

Brookline, MA

Every May or October


The MET Gallery 

North Conway, New Hampshire

Exhibits throughout the year.


Rockport Artist Association

Rockport, MA

Emerging Artist Exhibit 2020








Still painting