I live and work in Vermont. I began my art career creating films and light projections in collaboration with musicians, dancers, and experimental theaters, and have been concentrating on painting for the past twenty-five years. My work has been exhibited nationally and has received support from the National Endowment of the Arts, the Vermont Arts Council, and the Vermont Arts Endowment Fund. I have held artist residencies at a number of art and educational organizations and have been a professor of visual art and spirituality at Union Institute & University in Montpelier, Vermont.
Created through the day-to-day interaction of a meditative life with engaged studio process, my paintings are personal visualizations of wholeness, spiritual connection, and transcendence. They belong to the ancient world tradition of sacred art in which the practice of visualization brings about a more unified state of being.