My interest in printmaking began as an art student at Temple University's Tyler School of Art. Practicing, studying and teaching the form since 1996, time is divided between working in the studio, teaching printmaking at Abington Art Center, and directing the studio and gallery at 705 WEST Printshop + Gallery in Jenkintown, PA.
Although the work has changed in subject matter over the years, the different series remain connected by influences of ancestral artwork, fossils and nature with environmental concerns looming large. The printmaking forms of monotype, collagraph, drypoint, linocut and woodcut are the mediums explored and often used in combination.
The artwork has been juried into international, national and regional shows. To see a list of selected exhibits, visit this website's EXHIBITIONS page
705 WEST Printshop + Gallery
Abington Art Center
American Color Print Society
Pennypack Ecological Trust
Philadelphia Film Society
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Print Center
Abington Memorial Hospital Art in the Atrium
William Penn Charter School Art of the Quilt
Art in the Park at High School Park