The figurative image is one of the common themes in my work. Enlarging, breaking down and
reassembling images with a clear goal of provoking both discomfort and admiration in the piece
itself, and by extension, within its viewer.
Emotionally expressive still-life oil paintings and watercolors; silver- and copper point landscape drawings, etchings, and woodcuts. Subjects include, botanical illustrations, handwritten notes.,domestic ensembles. and books.
I draw and paint the language of New York’s artworld, its queer culture makers, everyday gossip
and strife in an effort to combine my chosen craft and rigorous studio practice, with my humor
My work is an exploration of personal and communal identity. My perspective is informed by
Jewish folklore and mythology, approached from a feminist angle. I explore female and gender
non-conforming bodies, as well as taboo.