Group show curated by the New York Society of Women Artists.
I will have a new oil painting in this show. This work reflects on some of the strife and personal expectation I have felt over the past 17 years while being a mother, artist, professional, wife, daughter and caretaker.
See invite below for dates and times

Falling From The High Wire – Oil on Canvas H 48″ x W 36″

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Ice Melting, Oil on Canvas
H 18″ x W 24″


My recent work responds to the melting Ice in Antartica and the effects of Global Warming. These works represent my imagined visualization of ice in many physical states.
I am pleased to announce that two of these works are in the relevant show “Sense of Ice”.




175 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002

December 6th 2019 – January 6th 2020
Weds. – Sat. 12- 6pm
Sunday 1 – 6pm

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Summer Exhibition News

July 18, 2018

In May I was very pleased to have participated in the show ‘Sculpture Surround”, at the Cherry Branch Gallery in Cherry Valley New York.  I exhibited works from the Ghost Bird wire Sculptures and Abandoned Nests series. These pieces make an environmental commentary using found natural and man made materials.

Yellow Cheeked Warbler – Wire H 7″ x W 15″







At the end of June I showed a new painting, “Woodland Messenger”, for the first time translating my exploration of the environment “underground” into oil on canvas; based on previous works in Water color. The painting appeared in the show ‘Art and Soul” curated by NYSWA at the Prince Street Gallery in Chelsea NY.

Woodland Messenger – Oil H 30″ x W 25″

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April 14th – 28th, Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm, Sunday 1pm – 4pm closed Mondays

DRAWN FROM NATURE  – an art show curated by Cheryl Hochberg and Bruce Hoffman.

I am very proud to announce that my water color “Root Network” will be traveling to the Old Barn at the historic  John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove.  The estate was the childhood home of John James Audubon, today it has expanded to become a bird and animal sanctuary which promotes the stewardship of birds and other wildlife and their habitats.

Opening Reception April 13th 5:30pm – 7:30pm in the Barn, $ 10 per person, $ 15 for two, funds go to the wild life center, enjoy refreshments and the award ceremony.

Gallery Tour with Bruce Hoffman on April 14th 10am – 11am.

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Interviewed by the Human Impacts Institute, I speak of my painting and how they connect natural disasters to our impact on the climate and habitat.


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Fall 2017 Exhibition News

November 22, 2017

I am pleased to announce that I have work in three exhibitions this fall:


CENTRAL BOOKING, 21 Ludlow St. NYC. GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS, Curated by Maddy Rosenberg. Exhibition dates: Nov 16 – January 21st 2018, see website for open hours & days.

Roots Insects – watercolor on paper H26″ x W36″


BRIC ARTS MEDIA 674 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY. “TRUTH” Open until December 15th. Go while you can!

Please cast a vote for viewers choice:


Frack Water – watercolor on paper with copper pipe, H38″ x W28″



SAINT PETER’S CHURCH, LIVING ROOM GALLERY. Curated by the New York Society for Women Artists.  ART AS SANCTUARY. Open until January 3rd 2018

pencil and iron wire on paper – H12″ x W8″

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Spring Exhibition

June 6, 2017

My Brooklyn Garden, Oil on Canvas, H24″ x W16″










I am pleased to say that I will be showing a selection of “Plein-air” paintings created in Maine, Masonville NY and Brooklyn, NY.  The show takes place at the Carriage Barn Gallery in New Canaan CT. 

Open air painting is my passion. I enjoy the challenge and spontaneity of painting outdoors. My studio work of imagined landscapes, which focus on ecological themes, are fueled by this direct observation of nature.  I hope you can come and see my inspiration.

Carriage Barn Gallery

681 South Avenue, New Canaan, CT 06840

June 3rd  – June 23rd

Wednesdays-Saturdays, 10:00am – 3:00pm,

Sundays 1:00-5pm


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I am pleased to announce that two of my paintings will be in “The Primacy of Color ll” exhibition ofDiatomsTornado the New York Society of Women Artists at The Mikhail Zakin Gallery: 561 Piermont Road, Demarest, NJ 07627

Water color on Paper, “Diatom Tornado”(shown here) and “Primary Colors”

Exhibition Dates and times:

February 11th, 2017 – March 17th 2017

Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm & 7:00pm – 10:00pm and Sat. 9:30am – 3:30pm

Opening reception Saturday February 11th, 2:00pm- 5:00pm (snow date: Sat. Feb. 25th)

I’m looking forward to seeing you at the opening.


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I am pleased to announce that three of my works will be included in the “New Vistas” Landscape for the 21st Century Exhibition at the Bryan Memorial Gallery, in Jeffersonville Vermont.

Exhibition dates: Friday November 11th – December 30th

Reception: Sunday November 13th 2pm – 4pm, I hope to see you there!

Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main Street, PO Box 340, Jeffersonville, VT 05464

802-644-5100  / /

Gallery Hours:

Closed April 4th – May 4th

Spring and Fall:  Thursday – Sunday, 11 – 4

By appointment at any time

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday 10 – 4



Grass and Sticks in Snow I , 12” x 15”, pencil, wire on paper

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I am pleased to announce that I have been invited as a painter, to join the New York Society of Women Artists.  NYSWA was formed in 1925 and devoted itself to avant-garde women artists. The organization had 23 painters and sculptors, all recognized as professionals. Four of the original members participated in the Armory Show, some were members of the Whitney Studio Club and the Society of Independent Artists.

Today, NYSWA is an intergenerational organization of 46 active members. Many of us began to make our mark in the 1960’s and forward, in the heart of New York City life. We aim to maintain a clear focus on art itself, and more specifically on making public the fine works of talented women, in galleries, cultural spaces, museums, embassies and other quality venues. 


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