Biographical Info & Exhibitions

Faculty, Fine arts department, Fashion Institute of Technology.

BFA, magna cum laude, Maryland Institute College of Art
MFA, Parsons School of Design

Solo exhibitions include:  Freedman Hackett Gallery, San Francisco; College of William and Mary; Resnick Gallery; Salena Gallery; Asbury Park Public Library; Bowery Gallery; Westbeth Gallery.

Group exhibitions include:  National Academy of Design; Seattle Art Museum, New Acquisitions; Lancaster Museum of Art; The Durst Foundation; American Academy of Arts and Letters; Hoyu Bussan, Tokyo; Forum Gallery; Lori Bookstein Fine Art; Kouros Gallery; Freedman Hackett Galley; Zeuxis Association of Still Life Painters traveling exhibitions; SUNY Potsdam; The Museum at FIT.

Collections include:  Jackson Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi; Exxon Corporation; Hoyu Bussan, Tokyo; Shearson Lehman Brothers (former entity); Fashion Institute of Technology; Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy; Bellevue Hospital Center.

Honors and awards include:  Ranger Fund Purchase Award, National Academy of Design; multiple prizes, National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic; Helena Rubinstein Fellowships, Parsons School of Design; Maryland Institute College of Art.
Residencies include:  Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture; Artists for the Environment, National Water Gap Recreation Area.
Commissions include:  Allen Hershfield, former president, Fashion Institute of Technology.

Publications and media include:  Drawing Dimensions; 100 New York Painters; Robert De Niro, Sr.; Restore at the Shore (radio interview), ARTS Magazine; Christian Science Monitor.

Organizations and service to the arts community include:  National Academy of Design; Zeuxis Association of Still Life Painters; National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylic; Westbeth Center for the Arts; Scholastic; College Art Association of America.

Interests include:  Painting and printmaking media; mixed water-based media; materials and studio safety; interdisciplinary curricular innovation; jazz; history of Western and Non-Western art and techniques.