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My latest watercolor paintings suggest the emotional state of being you feel when you have been affected by a special location you can’t forget, no matter how long ago you were there.


Not content to simply record the reality of a location, my transparent watercolor paintings capture the colors and feelings that are evoked when something familiar and well traveled suddenly appears fresh and new again. I find inspiration in memory and the everyday world. Italy, Ireland, England, and several States are some of the locations that I have painted to express a place etched in enduring memory.

Sylvan Terrace/162nd St., NYC

18 in x 24 in Watercolor on paper 2015 Sylvan Terrace, is a historic mews which is part of the Jumel Terrace Historic District in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. It consists of 20 wooden row houses on a cobblestone street with coachlights leading up to the Morris–Jumel Mansion Museum.