About The Artist

I graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from Tyler School of Art, at Temple University in Philadelphia. My experience includes art and design work in Israel, England and Canada as well as New York City.

After ten years in graphic design, I decided to delve into ceramic art. As a clay artist I participated in juried fine arts shows in Toronto and had my art featured in several galleries. I continue to create commissioned tile art pieces but have in the last eight years returned my focus to painting. I work in watercolor and in oils, doing landscape, still life and portraiture. My landscapes are en plein air, deriving inspiration from the scene in front of me and from the ambient sound and shifting light. I also work in my fabulous studio.

I am a member of the Art Students League of New York City, the Millburn Arts Advisory Committee, and Studio Montclair, Inc. I have taught art in various capacities including in local public schools. I am also available to teach private lessons to select students.

My art is exhibited in both solo and group shows, and has received awards. Most recently I have added color and design consulting as a service that I offer my clients. Hiring a consultant takes the stress off of the difficult decision-making process for people who do not ordinarily deal with the nuances of color or design on a day to day basis.