About 

​My work explores the multiple images that impact and influence our lives, complex and spacious, repeating yet different.  A visit to The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona in 2014 inspired the Cathedral Series and more recently, the Icelandic Series, are works emerging from a visit to Iceland.  In all my work, my wish for the viewer is to find the quiet spots and rest there while relating to the complexity that surrounds the spaces of respite.  The majority of works are acrylic paint on canvas. I have studied art at the University of Maryland, the Yellow Barn in Glen Echo, Maryland, the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia, and Florence, Italy.  I have participated in many solo and group art shows in the Washington, D.C. area. My studio, Studio 22, which I share with Tamora Ilasat is on the Monroe Street Market Arts Walk, 716 Monroe St. N.E., Washington, D.C. 20017.  The studio is open to the public.

Current/Past Exhibitions (2007 - 2018)

The Yellow Barn - Glen Echo, MD., group exhibit*
Greenbelt Labor Day Art Show, Greenbelt, MD., group exhibit*
Orchard Art Gallery, Bethesda, MD., group exhibit
New Deal Cafe, Greenbelt, MD., solo exhibit
Franklins, Hyattsville, MD., group exhibit*
Doctor's Community Hospital, Lanham, MD., group exhibit*
Paolo's Ristorante, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
Calvert House Inn, Riverdale, MD., group exhibit*
WSSC, Laurel, MD., solo and group exhibit
Dumbarton United Methodist Church, Washington, D.C., solo exhibit
Capitol Hill Art League, Washington, D.C., group exhibit*
Latela Art Gallery, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
ENO Wine Bar, Washington, D.C., solo exhibit
Bender JCC of Greater Washington, Rockville, MD., group exhibit
Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA., group exhibit*
Velocity Condominium, Washington, D.C., group exhibit*
Gallery O on H, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
RE/MAX Allegiance, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
Joan Hisoaka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, D.C., group exhibit
* multiple exhibitions