Upcoming shows



“it is amazing how complete the delusion that beauty is goodness”

MARCH 1 to APRIL 15, 2022

reception and gallery talk, March 13, 1:00 to 4



619 West Washington Ave.

Norristown, PA  19401



6 Powell Lane

Collingswood N.J. 

inaugural invitational

opening Saturday, January 8

3:00 to 6:00

till March 13, 2022


Cerulean Arts Collective


December 9, 2023 to January 14, 2024

1355 Ridge Ave, Phila, PA 19123


Fairmount Water Works

“Take Me to the River”

Opens October 28, 2023 til December 25, 2023

640 Waterworks Drive, Phila, PA  19150

Main Line Art Center

Betsy Meyer Anniversary Retrospective

Opens Saturday, Nov 11, 2023

               till February 17, 2024

746 Panmure Road, Haverford, PA




This group of paintings shows the stories I tell myself and the games I play while I am watching paint dry.

So much time in the studio is spent watching paint dry.

In between watching, I interplay geometric shape and figurative form to amuse, confuse and distract myself.

I am painting on repurposed canvases that have been stored in the attic for quite some time, waiting – pre-stretched and pre-primed – for a new meaning.

I start by making reference to the inner stretcher frame on the surface, as if I were building the support. Then I draw in the compositional grid, as I did with string when the canvases were fresh. I liked using this grid method to t

ransfer and enlarge “the drawing”. Back then I did drawings on paper to capture ideas for paintings on canvas. Now I draw on experiential ephemera.

Matisse said: I do not think exactly the way I thought yesterday… I do not repudiate any of my paintings but there is not one of them that I would not redo differently if I had to redo.