More information about myself

For as long as I can remember I’ve been fascinated with representational art.  I enjoy “realism” and “hyper-realism”.  I studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art as well as the New York Academy of Figurative Art.  I am a painter and teacher committed to the traditions of classical art.  I currently reside in Newtown, PA and show locally at the J & W Gallery in New Hope, PA.

Art for me is a means of self-expression.  Although I am deeply in love with the techniques of the masters of the past, particularly the sixteenth century Dutch and Flemish painters, I would never try to emulate them.  I am more interested in using their techniques to express my own thoughts, emotions and ideas.  I consider my work to be very contemporary in terms of content and subject matter.  I think of the technique, simply, as the “language” that an artist uses to communicate with his or her viewers.

For more information, examples of my artwork  and my biography please feel free to visit my website.

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