I have been fortunate to live in Asia and Europe being exposed to a plethora of art and cultures. While living in London, I enrolled in a Gallery Studies course for three years at Richmond Upon Thames College. I studied the disciplines in architecture, film, and furniture design, their evolution in conjunction with the Arts’ Movements. I then applied and was accepted into their Studio Arts Program where I made the natural progression from studying art and its history to creating my own.
After my extensive training in England, I began refining my art through classes, workshops, and artists’ retreats in the U.S. at RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), The New Arts Center, South Shore Arts Center, West Hartford Art League, Creative Arts Workshop/New Haven, CT., Yale University, Guilford Arts Center, and The British Art Museum.
I am an Elected Artist at New Haven Paint and Clay where my work has been exhibited at the John Slade Ely House and Creative Arts Workshop Gallery.
I was jury selected s a permanent Artist with South Shore Arts Center in Cohasset, Ma. and show my work at their Dillon Art Gallery.
I began showing my work in Boston, Ma. in 2002 and other galleries in New England,
I was represented by Elm City Artists’ Gallery, hosted by Yale in New Haven, CT. for 10 years till 2012.
I am currently represented by Spectrum Art Gallery in Centerbrook/Essex, CT
My paintings are in private collections in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Oregon, Washington and Utah. I also have collectors internationally in England, France, Japan, Korea, and Brazil.