As a mixed-media artist, I am continually moving between concepts, materials, and processes such as sewing, printmaking, sculpture, and collage-making. My work examines voyeurism, tension, body language, and mimicry in social interaction.
I have lived in the neighborhood fo over 20 years working as a photojournalist and Internet
entrepreneur, documenting the change in South Brooklyn. These images are from my exhibit, "25
Years of Gowanus: As it WAS, As it IS"
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 am interested in how our environment depicts time through layers of growth and decay, serving
as a visual metaphor for our own internal worlds. Both are in constant states of
change – morphing and diverging we expand in our world.