"I was trained as a painter but moved into sculptural form to expand my creative possibilities. I have always felt the concept comes first and then you seek the media to articulate that idea. Therefore, I am a painter, sculptor who loves to draw and does an occasional print. My themes are always based on differing social issues. I want my art to speak to many levels of society and have developed a style that is confrontational yet whimsical. I don't feel art should preach but cajole the viewer into seeing issues in a new light."
B.F.A. Tyler School of Art (Temple University)
M.F.A. UW-Madison, Wisconsin
Drawing, Design, Painting, Illustration, Art Appreciation