My artwork is represented by Prince Street Gallery, NYC.I have exhibited in NY, London, (across the UK), Milan, Perugia, The Hague, Kyoto.
I moved to Findhorn, Scotland in 1992, where I created, founded and directed the Moray Art Centre, working with The British Museum & National Galleries of Scotland.
My mentors (past & current) included: Ernst Gombrich (Art Historian), Dore Ashton Art Historian, (Senior Art Critic, NY Times), Joseph Koerner (Art Historian, Harvard University), Matteo Ceriana (Art Historian, ex-Director, Pitti Palace, Florence).
My aim is to create beauty that overwhelms and uplifts the Soul, and to create life-presence through form and pattern; as visual ‘poetry’.
At a very early age, creativity, expression and beauty became, for me, an obsession.
As a child I would draw every weekend at the Museum of Natural History in New York and draw my favourite animals. At the age of eight, left home alone, I chanced to see a performance of Martha Graham’s 1944 modern dance choreography, Appalachian Spring, on the television. A wave of pleasure and awe rose through my whole body. There were two worlds: the pedestrian and the elevated, artefact and art.