I began my career as a pattern painter and was included in the Pattern and Decoration at P.S. 1 in 1977. I explored the Fibonacci Progression in color on graph paper. After experimenting with paintings within a grid I became interested in the geometric intricacy of architectural designs which led me to create small horizontal oil paintings of cities and landscapes. In my work, I make choices informed by geometry and pattern as well as subconscious associations of place and space.
In my recent images I recognize and address geometry in natural forms as well as the evocative. I look for a sensuality that color expresses and geometry contains as well as intricacy and complexity of pattern.
My body of work is a process of a visual language coming into solution with these new images.