My Story, Briefly

Art has been in my blood all my life. I was a Museum of Modern Art “stroller baby.”

An early proponent of neo-expressionism, I painted anger and rage and violence, loneliness, isolation and burning, screaming sexual desire. During this period I began exhibiting work in Frank Marino’s Soho gallery. I also showed with Nico Smith in the East Village. Cookie Mueller featured me in one of her Details Magazine articles.

Then, in 1988, I stopped painting. My demons demanded I search for peace; I removed myself from the excesses of 80s nightlife and began a journey, through years of prayer and meditation, that led me, renewed, back to the canvas.

In 1998 I started painting again: exuberant landscapes, Eden, the Garden before Man. I started selling direct to individual collectors and corporations, including Pfizer Corporation and Kirkland & Ellis.

My studio is near the Fulton Ferry waterfront in Brooklyn. Having searched for God so many places I finally found her. She walks into my studio and takes off her clothes. My paintings celebrate Her. Thank God.

Naked Girl 30″ x 22″ gouache on paper

Naked Girl

Naked Girl 24″ x 18″ mixed media on paper

Naked Girl

Viennese Princess 30″ x 22″ Graphite on Rives BFK

Another Recent Painting

Viennese Princess 40″ x 30″ oil on linen

Viennese Princess II

Viennese Princess 22″ x 30″ gouache on Rives BFK

Viennese Princess


Viennese Princess 22″ x 30″ gouache on Rives BFK