Art is one of the oldest means of recordable non verbal communications known. As an artist I create with both form and whimsy. The work created bears the statement and comes in all forms and sizes. After doing Figure Drawing, Portraits, Sculpture and large murals, I have chosen acrylic on paper. I use several combinations of color and I rarely use black. My style, as I call it, is Abstract Fantasy. I love the way colors layered together create unique combinations. I feel like these various images are like a part of an alternate world or universe, defined by a system very different from our own. Every project is a journey and while on the trip, it is very exhilarating. The hard part is to know when it is over, to avoid a disastrous over paint.
1958- Studied under Ms. GiBalla at the Douglaston Art League. 1965- Designed the cover of the 1965 Holy Cross High School Year Book. 1977-78- Attended Nassau Community College and took the following courses: Art History; Drawing 1 and 2; Painting 1; and Sculpture 1 and 2. 1995-1998- Scenery designer and builder for Oceanside Theatre Guild and Rockville Center Theatre Guild. Shows included: “ Annie get your Gun", "Guys and Dolls", "The Man Who Came to Dinner", "The Odd Couple” and "South Pacific”. 2001- I was commissioned to do a painting of Nomar Garciaparra, Red Sox’s shortstop 20x14. Also commissioned to sketch a portrait of Carlton Fisk, "Pudge” a Red Sox’s star catcher. These pieces were done for a private memorabilia collector.
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