Born: New Jersey, Education: The University of Pennsylvania,
The University of the Arts, The Art Student's League.
During the "paint mad years", the 1950's - 1960's, living in New York, I painted and exhibited extensively in both the city and the Northeast as an abstract expressionist.
In the following decades, I began an archetypical series of figurative works titled: Parallel Worlds, inspired by my response to the enigmatic phases and dimensions of mankind's existence and journey through a multi-layered universe.
The series, As Seen Through the Corner of the Eye represents my continuing exploration of the edges of abstraction by creating works to evoke the possibility of realism by allowing the viewers' memories to provide individual and personal interpretations to the images that draw upon his/her own visual experiences.
My works have been widely exhibited and are represented in private and corporate collections throughout the United States, Japan, Russia, Ireland, The People's Republic of China, and Germany. My paintings have been seen in over 38 one-person shows; 37 juried or curated exhibits; 23 selected invitational shows; 15 two-person shows; and over 40 gallery group showings.
In viewing my images over 50 plus years, I am astonished to find that my early years as an abstract expressionist still hold an influence upon my current work. In examining the numerous critical reviews my paintings have received over the years, I most treasure the one that termed my images as "haunting".