I share my passion through vision and technique. In my paintings, which emphasize depth and texture, I seek to challenge and intrigue the eye, inviting the viewer to explore and discover.
While I prefer my paintings to speak for themselves, some notes may be in order about my approach. My paintings are the result of what I see: a place, a moment, a view. They are not pictures or representations of any specific thing, but rather products of my vision, which I hope you will come to share. I want you to see what you find yourself, not what you are told to expect. When I paint, I often surprise myself with where I come out, but there is always a personal vision underlying the work. This does not conform to any particular rule or teaching, but rather springs from the creative urge.
Texture and depth, best appreciated in person, are crucial elements, lending edge, warmth, strength, and impact. While I often work in soft earth tones, vibrant colors and sharp contrasts also occur. The point is not to overwhelm or shock, but rather to intrigue the viewer and reveal new perspectives and insights. The painting will ideally serve as a focal point, but one in harmony with its surroundings.
A graduate of Boston’s Northeastern University, I also studied at the prestigious Corcoran College of Art+Design in Washington, D.C. and interned at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. My works are available for sale, and are represented in private collections in various parts of the country. Some of my works are also on display at the Ritz Carlton Residences, The Four Seasons Hotel and commercial locations in Boston, and private collectors’ homes all over the world.