We are all color sensitive. The language of color speaks to us intimately. Like a scent can elicit memories, the colors of a new environment can evoke a distinctive place or time. In my paintings I strive to transform those places, however fleeting, which become a memory for me.
Through the use of color and line I want to capture the essence of a moment or the mood of the weather's effect on the landscape. I hope to hint at a recognizable place yet create an image of where we desire to dwell.
2009 - Second Place Award, "Members Juried I: Paintings & Sculpture," Concord Art Association, Concord, MA.
2008 - First Place Award, Rhode Island Watercolor Society 15th Annual National Show, Pawtucket, RI
Juried Artist Memberships:
Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA
Rhode Island Watercolor Society, Pawtucket, RI
Wild Apples: A Journal of Nature, Art & Inquiry, Fall/Winter 2011
The Palette Magazine,September/October 2010
The Palette Magazine, December/January 2009
The Palette Magazine, March/April 2008
Oil, Acrylic & Watercolor