I received an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University in 1973, a BA in Art History from University of Pennsylvania in 1967 and was an Associate Professor of Design in the Department of Art at the American University from 1973 until 2000. My teaching concentrated on typography and illustration. Since retirement I have been making art in two and three dimensions. I have shown at the DayStar Gallery and at the Katzen Museum in Washington DC. My work is in collections in New York, Washington DC, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, California and Israel.
I have a long-standing interest in Classical Art and Architecture and frequently draw on both as subject matter. Portraiture, landscape and still life offer me a variety of other directions to pursue.
In my two-dimensional work I often use a combination of graphite, watercolor, acrylics, and pastel on archival paper. Three-dimensional projects are done in marble, bronze and wood.
I work through collector's commissions and by direct sales. Prices and information about any of the works are available upon request.
Rome/Egypt ( Inscriptional lettering, slate with paint and gilding)