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Hello and welcome to my shop. I am a New Jersey based fine artist and have been exhibiting my work in galleries and museums for many years. I have a strong passion for painting, drawing, photography and design and wish to share my passion with the world. I hope you enjoy my images.

My photographs represent my unique perspective of the subject. Using composition, color and shape I define a particular view of the image. I capture these images with a personal aesthetic in mind that defines my concept of beauty and that which I wish to share with the viewer. The ability to set this stage and engage one with a visual point of view is what these photographs are about.

The Grid Drawings are an examination of three major elements - color, surface and mark making. These nonrepresentational drawings give me the freedom to concentrate on and…

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  • Joined March 20, 2011

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Camera, macro lens, flowers, nature, oil pastel, paint, paper, canvas

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About

Hello and welcome to my shop. I am a New Jersey based fine artist and have been exhibiting my work in galleries and museums for many years. I have a strong passion for painting, drawing, photography and design and wish to share my passion with the world. I hope you enjoy my images.

My photographs represent my unique perspective of the subject. Using composition, color and shape I define a particular view of the image. I capture these images with a personal aesthetic in mind that defines my concept of beauty and that which I wish to share with the viewer. The ability to set this stage and engage one with a visual point of view is what these photographs are about.

The Grid Drawings are an examination of three major elements - color, surface and mark making. These nonrepresentational drawings give me the freedom to concentrate on and investigate more thoroughly the process by which I make them. They are a series of oil pastel pieces inspired by woven textile art. The drawings are done on old textile paper. The paper is lined with a rectangular grid on which the designer would paint the image to be woven. Contemporary textile design is done predominately using software to simulate this grid paper. These drawings represent both the structure of the weave and the pixilated image on the computer screen.

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