I investigate the effects of movement upon form. I draw the changes enacted on form when it is transformed by motion. The visual effect of motion on form can be delicate or brash, still or active. These gestures in space follow my intention. Sometimes, I begin with a word, descriptive of a movement. Each word is then considered spatially. The word acts as the title of the drawing. The drawings before you bear titles such as “Hover”, “Sidle” and “Pivot” which describe a directional movement.
The drawings become events in themselves with links to spatial phenomena where identity is amorphous. Utilizing divergent scale shifts from close up to vast distance, I attempt to capture the essence of a certain movement in a stop motion act of drawing. I seam tiers of pigment to one another until the
1990 | Drawing Studies and Color Theory, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut.
1991 | BFA, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.
1996 | Masters of Fine Arts Degree, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1993-2001 | Drawing Studies with Jacob Landau, 8-year period, Roosevelt, New Jersey.
1993-2012 | Drawing Studies with Irving Petlin, 18-year period, New York City and Paris, France.
ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2019 | State University of New York, Middletown, New York.
2018 | The Arts Society of Kingston, Kingston, New York.
2015 | Rep Gallery, Albany, New York.
2011 | Chace-Randall Gallery, Andes, New York.
2010 | Chace-Randall Gallery, Andes, New York.
2001 | Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, Woodstock, New York.