My paintings find a harmony between the urban and the pastoral: the man-made and the natural. I draw inspiration from my surroundings in and around New York, a place where city and country often unexpectedly mingle.

My paintings often depict singular people, sometimes heroic in scale. They are set against the backdrop of a mix of the urban and natural, yet are seen immersed within it. They serve as our guides to the world of the painting.

I find motifs in the immediate environment where I live, and images impressed upon my memory: the color of a woman’s shirt in the intense afternoon sun; a dog silhouetted against a green lawn; a viaduct’s arch. I reconfigure these elements to create a new visual sense of life.

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2016    "New Summer, New Spring," Exhibition of paintings, Bronxville Public Library,             Bronxville, New York

2008    “Small Works Exhibition,” Juried Exhibition, 80 Washington Square East                     Galleries, New York

2005    “Dido and Aeneas,” Stage design for opera, Greenwich Music Festival,                    Greenwich, Connecticut

2002    “Book Show,” Exhibition of artists' books, Neiman Gallery,                                   Columbia University, New York

2001    “Gatherings,” Exhibition of paintings, prints, and artists' books,                             Interchurch Center, New York 

2001     Visiting artist, Marywood University, Scranton, Pennsylvania

2000    “Object of My Desire,” Group exhibition of artists' books, Neiman Gallery,                 Columbia University, New York

1999    Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Juried Exhibition, Japan

1998-2003   Assistant Lithographer, Neiman Center, Columbia University, New York 

1990    “Lennart Anderson Selects”, Juried Exhibition, First Street Gallery, New York